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Sherry Wine, is it a dying breed?

sherry glass

You all know by now that we love sherry. You also know that if you don’t love sherry we probably won’t talk to you anymore. Ok, maybe not that we won’t talk to you, but we’ll eye you suspiciously anytime we discuss wine. Sherry is a heavenly treat, born of flor, and something that needs to survive, if only to feed my habit! 🙂
We here at Catavino have strong opinions on the subject and will continue to share them here. That said, we were lucky to meet two other highly opinionated individuals at the SITT tasting in London that we attended last month. Paul Sinnie of Vinites UK and Marcel Moreno from Moreno wines share differing opinions on the state of sherry in the UK market. Seeing that I cracked open my first bottle of Fino last night to celebrate a beautiful sunset, I figured I’d share this video with all of you. Let us know what you think!

Cheers,

Ryan Opaz

Sherry Wine a dying breed? Or not? from ryan opaz on Vimeo.

Two opinions from two importers on the state of Sherry wine in the UK market. Taped at the SITT tasting in London on Feb 25th, 2009

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