Sherry, known as Jerez in Spain, is a region of south-west Spain, not a style of wine. The first thing to note is that well over half of the annual production, and nearly all drunk in Spain, is dry. Think of the bars that line the streets of Seville and Jerez, and you’ll find bone-dry Manzanillas and Finos partnering all sorts of delicious tapas, and many are little stronger in alcohol than New World Chardonnays! Nutty Amontillados and Olorosos with wonderful depth and presence are equally impressive. Then there is the depth and complexity of wines aged for many years, and a more-ish quality that makes you want another glass! Keep an eye out for our ‘special releases’ during the year, including En Rama styles and small parcels that we often source.