Top rated Pedro Ximénez Sherry

Thick, syrupy and incredibly sweet, Pedro Ximénez is Sherry's dessert wine. It is best paired with chocolate or coffee, or poured over ice cream for a really extravagant treat...

Top rated Oloroso Sherry

Full bodied and relatively high in alcohol, Oloroso Sherry undergoes oxidative ageing for big flavours. Although dry, it can often come across as having a hint of sweetness that complements…

Top rated Palo Cortado Sherry

Sitting between Amontillado and Oloroso, Palo Cortado is traditionally a product of natural flor deficiencies, making it one of the rarest Sherry styles...

Amontillado Sherry

Arguably the best of both worlds, Amontillado starts life as a Fino before undergoing further ageing without its protective blanket of flor...

Top Rated Fino Sherry

Made from the white Palomino grape variety and fortified soon after fermentation to 15%. Aged under flor – a veil of yeast (‘biological ageing’) – in a solera for a…

Manzanilla Sherry

Initially made as for Fino. The difference is that it has to be aged in a solera in Sanlúcar de Barrameda. The humid sea air encourages a denser layer of…

Sherry cellars at La Ina

Sherry: Quick facts Production zone 10,000ha Ageing zones Jerez, El Puerto and Sanlúcar de Barrameda only Bodegas 59 registered with El Consejo Regulador Continue reading below TRAVEL: Jerez de la Frontera…

Christmas will be with us soon, so time to start thinking about what wines to have with your Christmas dinner and over the festive period.

Bar-Pepito London sherry and tapas bars

Looking for a different venue for Christmas drinks this year? Sherry fell out of popularity in the 1980s, but it has since become increasingly regarded as one of the  world’s…