Word of the Week: Sherry

Sherry is defined as a Spanish fortified wine with a distinctive nutty flavor. It is made of white grapes such as the Palomino, which are grown in the Andalusia region of Spain. 

The word Sherry is an anglicized version of the word Xérès (Jerez), which is a city in Spain. Sherry is protected under Spanish law and all wine labeled “Sherry” must come from the “Sherry triangle” in the southwest of Spain.  

A great way to enjoy Sherry is to pair it with Spanish tapas such as patatas bravas or bread with tomato and jamón. Salud!

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