Legendary fortified wine from Andalucía (south of Spain), made for centuries. From dry to sweet: Fino and Manzanilla, Amontillado, Palo Cortado, Oloroso, Pedro Ximenez and Cream. EN RAMA: unfiltered sherry. Made for premium Fino and Manzanilla SOLERA: every year 1/3 of the oldest blend is bottled and the winemaker add the new vintage into the barrels. This is called a solera system. It is worth a try.
A superb Sweet Oloroso or Cream Sherry.
An elegant blend of Palomino and Pedro Ximénez before entering the Criaderas y Soleras system for ageing through oxidation in oak casks. Aged for at least...
The addition of Moscatel to the Palomino and Pedro Ximenez grapes enhances the sweet flavours of this sherry. Notes of raisin, dried nuts and toasted sugar all combine in this deliciously indulgent drink. Drink over ice, or pour over some vanilla ice cream for a lovely dessert.
This is a medium sweet Sherry from Williams and Humbert, made from a combination of Palomino and Pedro Ximenez grapes. Aged for at least 6 years, it is slightly sweetened during this process making it more versatile in that it can be matched with...
With a definite nutty, yeasty flavour Tio Pepe from En Rama is the perfect wine to have as an aperitif alongside olives, oily fish and nuts such as almonds. The flavour is complex with notes of citrus, lemon and orange alongside the nuttiness. This is the 10th release of this wine and master blender Antonio Flores states that it is 'the definition of perfect harmony'.
Sundried, fortified and aged for a minimum of 10 years. Opaquely dark mahogany colour. The nose seduces with intense dried fruit aromas of raisins, prunes and dates, coupled with brown spices of nutmeg and clove, this becomes reminiscent of Christmas. Indeed works well with Christmas pudding or any manner of desserts. Luscious and indulgent.
Made using Palomino grapes, this is a sherry packed with flavour but with a long and delicate finish on the palate. Produced by Valdespino with a history of sherry production going back six Centuries, their vines span a huge area of 750 hectares which is rare in this region!