EN: Sherries from Spain are there in different types:
- Fino is dry and knows a local and export quality. The
local is more delicate, but cannot travel and has to be drunk as soon as possible. The export quality is higher in
- Amontillado is medium dry and aged to become more powerful.
- Manzanilla, has a little
salty character from being grown up at the sea-side.
- Oloroso, or Amoroso or Cream sherry, have been matured to
become great richness and roundness. These sherries are most of the time very sweet, only Oloroso can be dry or medium
- Pale cream has a pale colour and delicate sweet flavour.
- Pedro Ximénez is made
from Pedro Ximénez grapes that have been dried in the sun. It is a great desert wine with a clear flavour of raisins.