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Sherry Truly Shines with Food

The one thing that has consistently impresses people is how versatile Sherries are with food. Sherry is in fact a wine you can enjoy with an entire dinner. From soup to nuts as they say—and not bad places to start either!
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González Byass Solera 1847 Oloroso

Medium mahogany color. Medium intensity aromas of sweet honey, figs, and candied nuts. Off dry on the palate, medium-full body, medium acidity, and flavors of almonds, toffee, figs, and honey; medium-long off-dry finish. Serve with slow roasted pork shoulder with a fruit glaze. Recommended.
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González Byass Alfonso Oloroso

Medium amber color. Medium intensity aromas of vanilla, sweet sugared walnuts, brown sugar, and maple. Dry on the palate, medium-full body, medium acidity, and flavors of toasted nuts, almond, walnut, and toffee; medium-long dry finish. Roasted acorn or butternut squash soup is perfect with this wine. Recommended.