Sherry wines are one of the most important in southern Spain. It is made in the triangle formed by the southern cities of Puerto de Santa María, Jerez and Sanlúcar de Barrameda, based on two varietals: Palomino and Pedro Ximénez. With great aromas and elegant bodies, Sherry wines are characterized by deep notes of nuts.
Sherry wines have special characteristics whose variations and nuances are pretty different with what you can find on the other parts of world of wine. They vary in color, from the palest, the lightest greenish-yellow typical of biologically aged wines to the darkest, dullest mahogany of natural sweet wines, with various shades of gold, amber and chestnut brown.
There are two predominant types of Sherry known as Fino (very dry, with a lighter body) and Oloroso (still dry, but much richer in flavor and body). They are aged through a system called Soleras.
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