It really surprises me as to the popularity of Port and how this doesn’t carry over to Sherry. Sure, there are about five different types of dry Sherry and there are in fact two branches of its family tree as seen with it and its sibling, Montilla-Moriles but, while seemingly complex initially, that’s it. Not terribly much to stress over in terms of knowledge depth, as long as you like the drink. Port on the other hand gets hairy very quickly with countless incarnations based upon the aging, usually with […]
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