Different types of Sherry which can differentiate from each other based on fortifying and ageing, a process which influences flavour, body and level of sweetness.
Driest style, pale and light-bodied which brings brininess. and saline flavours. 15–16% ABV Manzanilla Sherry
The lightest style with the same technique of production as Fino.
Rich, umami and nutty flavours due to oxidation. 18% ABV
Heavy, full-bodied, complex and usually dry (Palomino grapes) but can be also sweet(Moscatel). 18–19%ABV
There are different styles of Port each with its own characteristics and flavours.
Non-traditional type of Port made from white grapes can be sweet or dry. Typically
served chilled as an aperitif.
This is standard sweet red port, the cheapest option, aged for up to 3 years, blend of different vintages
This is a blend which spends some time in a barrel to soften the flavours. Aged for a minimum of 5 years.
The finest port, single harvested, developing complex, layered flavours.