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Tesco Cream Sherry 1L
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Pungent and intense, characterised by raisins, ripe fruit, hints of spice and a touch of vanilla.
|Region of Origin||Andalucia|
|Producer||Zoilo Ruiz Mateos S.L.|
|Type of Closure||Synthetic Cork: Altec|
|Wine Maker||Zoilo Ruiz Mateos S.L.|
Palomino (white grape)
Pressing Preparing the must Alcoholic Fermentation Base wine
The demand for sherry rose steeply & the English decided to obtain our wines. In 1625 Lord Wimbledon attempted another attack on Cádiz, this time unsuccessful. This failure led the English, Scots & Irish to guarantee their supplies of sherry through the usual trading channels by establishing their own businesses in the Region. The 17th & 18th Centuries saw the arrival of wine merchants. Being British subjects some Jerez wine-growers were able to bring pressure to bear on the British government to lower excise duties, this led to a four-fold increase in sales of sherry between 1825 & 1840.
The Jerez Region is situated in the north-eastern corner of the province of Cádiz, in the extreme south of the Iberian peninsular. Standing on the Atlantic coast and flanked by both the Guadalquivir and Guadalete rivers it is a privileged location where the purest essence of what is known as Lower Andalucia is found in perhaps its most concentrated form: the light, the sea and a landscape of smooth white rolling hills which wheat, sunflowers and later vines take in turns to tinge green. Demand for wines of all types grew from the end of the seventeenth century onwards, mainly in the countries of northern Europe, and particularly in Great Britain and Holland - the great maritime powers of the period - and the different wine producing regions had begun to adapt their production systems to meet this demand. British taste began to change: hitherto predominantly inclined towards light, pale wines, it now began to show a preference for stronger ones with more colour and maturity.
Suitable storage temperature from 22 to 25°C.
To enjoy this wine at its best, drink within of purchase.
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