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NV San Telmo Jerez La Cosecha Pedro Ximenez Sacristia Sherry
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NV San Telmo Jerez La Cosecha Pedro Ximenez Sacristia Sherry

Producer: San Telmo Jerez
Style: Fortified
Grape Type: other white varietal
Origin: Spain
Region: Jerez and Montilla

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by Holub10809638
Wonderful value
Holy Crap!
by rpm_56
Wow, a potent nose of maple syrup, rich chocolate, prunes, raisins and dates, a smooth mouthfeel and a lasting, pleasant viscous finish. Have as a desert. over desert or with desert. Yum!
Great with Cheese
by Percyn
We paired this with a cheese plate and it was excellent. This has the consistency of maply syrup, but obviously not that sweet.
by Shaffer10540818
Nutty and sweet, but far from syrupy. Actually paired well with a mild cigar, but I could have enjoyed it quite well by itself.
One word...Smooth.
by grenache12433335
What more can I say? This sherry is one of the best digestives that I have tried. There is nothing in that glass that's going to hurt you.
And now for something completely different....
by democritus
Wow, if you are looking for something different than your run of the mill tawny port as an after dinner wine, give this a shot. It's an interesting wine, in its own dark, syrupy, complex way. Might turn you off at first, but has a way of winding its way into your heart....
To sip or to cook?
by chard12111577
Since I rarely dink sherry, I cannot say how this rates. I used it in place of apple-cider vinegar in a dressing for spinach and strawberry salad. It was very tasty. Not bad sipping either, but reminded me a little of chocolate (?).


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