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Spanish Sherry

Pete Evans looks at Spanish sherry and which ones to serve for different occassions:

Dry sherries

Pete chooses a dry sherry to serve as an aperitif, served chilled as is the Spanish custom.

Dry sherry is supposed to stimulate the appetite, perfect to accompany the starter.

Sweet sherries

Sweet sherries go well at the end of the dinner and should be served at room temperature.

Viva Espanya!

 
 

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