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A balanced mix of the ‘raisin’ and ‘chocolate’ styles of Pedro Ximenez. And very, very good. A deep, deep, red-brown, with a narrow, amber-caramel …

More from Navazos, and pretty good too. Pale-medium amber, with a broad, watery rim. When cold, smoky, slightly meaty / rubbery – more than …

[Signed by Rocío Osborne, 2018: For Tim, thank you for a great dinner and for being a Sherry lover! Let’s spread the word out!! …

So, if En Rama is Tio Pepe’s special bottling, then this is La Ina’s. And I think this is the better of the two …

From John Lewis Food Hall. A random purchase, this – riding my recent Sherry wave a little longer. And an interesting one because it …

Continuing a theme of old, rarer, quality Sherries – particularly Palo Cortado – I picked this up from Lustau’s Almacenista series. Drunk side-by-side with …

My favourite of the trio – a complex Palo Cortado that more than held its own alongside a Lustau Almacenista dry Palo Cortado (less …

Again, a richer, deeper style of Fino than most commercial brands. Mid-gold. Briny hints on the nose, but dominated by mature beeswax, dried apple, …

Having read many good things about the Sherry selections of Equipo Navazos, I figured I’d test out a spread – Manzanilla, Fino and Palo …

The Berry Bros & Rudd Autumn / Winter press tasting, in stark contrast to the Co-op supermarket’s Autumn press tasting exactly a week before, showed …