Amontillado undergoes a double solera ageing process – firstly biological, under flor yeast, and then oxidatively - making it particularly complex and intriguing. We explain how this type of sherry is made, before exploring different styles and pairings.
A new brilliant wine star from Andalusia.
Spanish company Castillo de Canena joined forces with Bodegas Lustau to produce a unique Arbequina oil with the complex aromas of an aged sherry wine.
Several Spanish wines, including red, white and fortified, appeared in the list of the 30 best and others took home a wide range of trophies
Hello again sherry lovers! Now that you’ve read an overview of sherry production, followed by detailed reports on Fino/Manzanilla, Amontillado, and Oloroso, it’s time to wrap things up with the style that many consider to be the most complex of all, the much lauded and often misunderstood Palo...