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Alvear Amontillado Carlos Vii 500ml

Rated 91 - Takes a dry, taut approach from the start, with singed orange peel and bitter almond notes lining the green tea, dried passion fruit,...
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Alvear Fino En Rama 2008 500ml

Rated 90 - The 2008 Fino En Rama is unfiltered, unfortified Fino from Pedro Ximenez grapes aged under flor for three years. Being unfiltered,...
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Alvear Montilla-Moriles Oloroso Asuncion 500ml

Rated 92 - A beauty, with praline, flan and salted caramel notes lending a flattering edge. The core of bitter orange, gingerbread and green tea is...
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Alvear Pedro Ximenez Solera 1830 500ml

Rated 97 - The NV Solera 1830 Pedro Ximenez is the oldest and most concentrated sweet wine from Alvear. It comes from a solera created in 1830...
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Bodegas Dios Baco Manzanilla 500ml

Rated 88 - Elegant, sporting apple and straw notes. A hint of oiliness in the texture, and it lingers appealingly, with an almond aftertaste. Drink...

500ml Andalucia Sherry

Sherry is made in a unique way using the solera system, which blends fractional shares of young wine from oak barrels with older, more mature wines. Sherry has no vintage date because it is blended from a variety of years. Rare, old sherries can contain wine that dates back 25 to 50 years or more, the date the solera was begun. If a bottle has a date on it, it probably refers to the date the company was founded.

Most sherries begin with the Palomino grape, which enjoys a generally mild climate in and around the triad of towns known as the "Sherry Triangle" and grows in white, limestone and clay soils that look like beach sand. The Pedro Ximenez type of sweet sherry comes from the Pedro Ximenez grape.

Sherry is a "fortified" wine, which means that distilled, neutral spirits are used to fortify the sherry. The added liquor means that the final sherry will be 16 to 20 percent alcohol (higher than table wines) and that it will have a longer shelf life than table wines.