Another nifty inexpensive sherrry! Â Happy day for us fans of tasty Spanish stuff!
“Cream” sherry is a sweet wine, often saved for desert. Â However, if you’re me (and some of you out there are) will find this yummy any time of day. Â This one is definitely full-flavored and it’s going down well with this delicioso Spanish chorizo which I happen to have handy. Â You might say it’s got a bit of carmel maybe, or maybe a bit of brown sugar flavor. Â For $4.99 at Trader Joe’s I say it’s darn yummy.
From Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sherry
“Sweet Sherries (Jerez Dulce in Spanish) are made either by fermenting dried Pedro XimÃ©nez or Moscatel grapes, which produces an intensely sweet dark brown or black wine, or by blending sweeter wines or grape must with a drier variety. Cream Sherry is a common type of sweet sherry made by blending different wines.”