7.15 World Tour: Sherry
Sherry, like Champagne, indicates both a style of wine and a region of production: the real stuff comes from a small region in Andalucía in Southern Spain. Sherry is one of the more complicated vinous beverages to understand, with a complex set of production variables. It's heyday was two centuries ago, but the versatile fortified wine is now experiencing a minor renaissance as wine lovers rediscover the salty, bone dry, fresh fino and manzanilla styles as well as the full-bodied, nutty oloroso and amontillado wines at the other end of the spectrum. This ain't grandma's bristol cream! Join Master Sommelier Matt Stamp for a lecture, exploration, and tasting of the diverse types of Sherry available.
6pm-7:30pm, Monday, July 15.
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