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Dry Sack Jerez Xérès Sherry Fino Sherry NV

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Wine Tasting Notes Dry Sack Medium Dry has a light, yet satisfying taste and is best served chilled straight-up, or on the rocks. Full-bodied and lightly sweet, yet crisp, it also pairs well with a variety of foods. Enjoy Dry Sack as a happy hour aperitif, as the prelude to a wonderful meal, or with dinner itself.

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Winery: Dry Sack
Color: White
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External Reviews for Dry Sack Jerez Xérès Sherry Fino Sherry

External Review
Source: Andover Liquors
02/05/2013

The perfect aperitif, Dry Sack Medium is a distinctive blend of Palomino and Pedro Ximenez grapes aged in oak casks for six years by the traditional Solera method. Produced by Williams & Humbert in Jerez, Spain, Dry Sack has been available for more than one hundred years. Dry Sack Medium Dry has a light, yet satisfying taste and is best served chilled straight-up, or on the rocks. Full-bodied and lightly sweet, yet crisp, it also pairs well with a variety of foods. Enjoy Dry Sack as a happy hour aperitif, as the prelude to a wonderful meal, or with dinner itself.


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Source: eVintner Wines and Spirits
04/12/2013

Bright amber colored wine with an intense aroma reminiscent of dried fruits and nuts. The palate is full, harmonious, slightly acidic and slightly sweet.


External Review
Source: CityWineCellar.com
10/15/2009

Offers a refreshing change from the every day. Its rich aroma and full bodied taste make Dry Sack perfect before dinner, after dinner, or anytime.



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Wine Tasting Notes Dry Sack Medium Dry has a light, yet satisfying taste and is best served chilled straight-up, or on the rocks. Full-bodied and lightly sweet, yet crisp, it also pairs well with a variety of foods. Enjoy Dry Sack as a happy hour aperitif, as the prelude to a wonderful meal, or with dinner itself.

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