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Spanish Sherry Wine

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Indulge in the rich heritage of Spanish Sherry Wine, a diverse category of fortified wines from the sun-drenched region of Andalusia. Whether you prefer the dry crispness of Fino, the smooth complexity of Amontillado, or the sweet richness of Pedro Ximénez, our collection has something to suit every palate. Shop now and explore a world of deep flavors and aromas with our carefully selected range of authentic Spanish Sherry.





  • Delgado Zuleta 'La Goya' Manzanilla (375ml)

    $28.68
    or $27.25 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Barbadillo ‘Atamán’ Vermut de Manzanilla 500ml NV

    $73.62
    or $69.94 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Sánchez Romate Pedro Ximénez 750ml NV

    $46.50
    or $44.18 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Gutierrez Colosia Amontillado 375ml NV

    $42.63
    or $40.50 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Ron Ingenio Manacas Extra Añejo Rum 700ml NV

    $116.25
    or $110.44 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Sánchez Romate Pedro Ximénez ‘Old+Plus’ 500ml NV

    $193.75
    or $184.06 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Sánchez Romate Amontillado 'Old+Plus’ 500ml NV

    $193.75
    or $184.06 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Manuel Antonio de la Riva ‘San Jose’ Paxarete Viejo 375ml

    $294.50
    or $279.78 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Gutierrez Colosia Cream 375ml NV

    $42.63
    or $40.50 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Gutierrez Colosia Oloroso 375ml NV

    $42.63
    or $40.50 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Emilio Lustau Amontillado ‘Los Arcos’ (Solera Reserva) 375ml NV

    $19.58
    or $18.60 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Viña Corrales Fino en rama saca III NV

    $147.25
    or $139.89 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Mayetos Sanluqueños Corta y Raspa Vino de Pasto, parcela la viña de miraflores alta 2021

    $54.25
    or $51.54 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Sánchez Romate ‘Yellow Label Reserva’ Oloroso Vinagre de Jerez 375ml (8° acidity) NV

    $31.00
    or $29.45 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Sánchez Romate ‘White Label Solera’ Oloroso Vinagre de Jerez 750ml (7° acidity) NV

    $31.00
    or $29.45 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Sánchez Romate Reserva Moscatel ‘Ambrosia’ 750ml NV

    $116.25
    or $110.44 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Manuel Antonio de la Riva ‘San Jose’ Oloroso Viejo 375ml

    $294.50
    or $279.78 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Delgado Zuleta ‘La Goya XL’ Manzanilla en rama 500ml NV

    $100.75
    or $95.71 in case of 6 bottles.
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Spanish Sherry is a fortified wine that originates from the Jerez region in Andalusia, Spain. Known for its distinctive production process involving the solera system, Sherry is a wine of great complexity and variety. This traditional aging process allows younger wines to gradually blend with more mature vintages, ensuring consistent Spanish Sherry is a fortified wine that originates from the Jerez region in Andalusia, Spain. Known for its distinctive production process involving the solera system, Sherry is a wine of great complexity and variety. This traditional aging process allows younger wines to gradually blend with more mature vintages, ensuring consistent quality and character over time. Sherry comes in several styles ranging from very dry, like Manzanilla and Fino, which are perfect as aperitifs, to richly sweet types such as Cream and Pedro Ximénez, which are often enjoyed as dessert wines. Each style is a result of different aging processes and grape varieties, providing a wide spectrum of flavors from nutty and yeasty to profoundly sweet and viscous. This versatility makes Sherry a unique and celebrated part of Spanish wine culture, enjoyed by connoisseurs and casual drinkers alike. read more... less

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Spanish Sherry Wine?

Spanish Sherry wine is a fortified wine from the Jerez region in Andalusia, Spain. Known for its unique production process, Sherry is aged under a layer of yeast known as "flor" which protects it from oxidation and gives it one of its distinctive flavors. This method is crucial for certain types of Sherry such as Fino and Manzanilla, which are characterized by their light body and dry palate. Other styles, like Oloroso, do not develop under flor and are instead exposed to oxygen, resulting in a darker, richer profile. Sherry wines vary widely in style, from the very dry and pale Finos to the deep, dark, and sweet Pedro Ximénez. This diversity comes from differences in the winemaking process, including the degree of fortification, the specifics of the aging process, and the type of grapes used, primarily Palomino for dry styles and Pedro Ximénez or Moscatel for sweet varieties. Sherry is also known for its solera system—a method where younger wines are blended with older ones in barrels, which creates a consistent style and flavor profile over years or even decades.

Which wine regions make the best Spanish Sherry Wine?

The best Spanish Sherry wines are exclusively produced in the "Sherry Triangle" located in the province of Cádiz, between the towns of Jerez de la Frontera, Sanlúcar de Barrameda, and El Puerto de Santa María. This area is protected by a Denomination of Origin status, meaning true Sherry can only come from this specific region. The local albariza soil, a white limestone-rich chalk, is ideal for growing the Palomino grape, which forms the basis of most dry Sherry wines. The unique climatic conditions of the region, influenced by the Atlantic Ocean, create an ideal environment for aging Sherry, particularly with the development of flor yeast that defines many of the Sherry styles.

What are the most popular Spanish Sherry Wines?

Among the most renowned Spanish Sherry wines are those from iconic producers like González Byass, known for its "Tio Pepe" Fino, one of the best-selling Sherries worldwide. Equally famous is Lustau, offering a broad range of high-quality Sherries, including exceptional examples of each primary style from Fino to Pedro Ximénez. Another notable bodega is Valdespino, one of the oldest Sherry producers, known for its high-end and complex Sherries like "Inocente" Fino and "Solera 1842" Oloroso.

What are the best value Spanish Sherry Wines?

For excellent value, look to Sherries from bodegas like La Gitana, which offers an outstanding Manzanilla that combines quality with affordability, and Harveys, whose "Bristol Cream" has become a household name, offering a sweet Sherry experience that over-delivers on both quality and price. These brands provide a perfect introduction to the world of Sherry, showcasing the traditional styles without the hefty price tag associated with the most aged or artisanal versions.

What are the foods best paired with Spanish Sherry Wine?

Spanish Sherry wine pairs magnificently with a range of foods. Dry styles like Fino and Manzanilla are perfect with seafood, almonds, olives, and light tapas, enhancing the flavors with their crisp, saline notes. Amontillado and Oloroso, with their richer bodies and more pronounced nutty flavors, complement heartier dishes such as red meats, aged cheeses, and rich stews. Sweet Sherries like Pedro Ximénez shine alongside desserts featuring chocolate, caramel, or ice cream, as well as blue cheeses. The versatility of Sherry makes it one of the most food-friendly wines available, capable of elevating a simple meal or complementing a gourmet dining experience.