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What is Sherry wine?

Sherry is a fortified white wine from the south of Spain. They have styles from dry to sweet and easy to pair with a meal but also wonderfully to drink alone. They have been forgotten for so many years because people think sherry is a grandma’s Christmas drink with only sweet without any complicity.

However, thanks to the top chefs and sommeliers around the world, they discover the beauty of fine sherry, it becomes trendy in many Metropolitan cities such as New York, London, and Madrid. 

You may become an expert after you read via this page. Remember to click the video at the end.

Our Sherry Selection

Sherry Family

Dry sherry wine

Manzanilla - similar style with Fino but only produce in Sanlucar
Amontillado (Oxidation)
Palo Cortado (Oxidation)


Sweet (and Sweetened) Sherry wine

Pedro Ximénez (PX)
For food pairing, click there

Knowledge Database

Grape varieties

More than 95% of the grapes grown in DO Jerez-Xérès-Sherry are Palomino Fino. Pedro Ximénez (PX) and Moscatel are for making sweet wine. However, nowadays PX musts are mostly bought from the neighboring area Montilla-Moriles.

The Magic of Flor

Flor is a layer of yeast growing on the top of the wine in the barrel. It is a result of a unique terroir in Jerez. It also protects the sherry from oxidation. This is the reason why Fino wine has a unique aroma like bread, nuts, and the seaside. If the flor is healthy, it will grow thicker in summer and thinner in winter. They are alive! 

Do you know the famous Champagne grower also use Flor to age one of their Champagne!

Sherry winemaking and ageing


You will find a lot of information on the social media and web about sherry. Also stay tune on our next sherry event. See you!