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Tag Archives: Jerez

Catavino, Supposedly, was Never in Jerez

Hey Everyone! You know how we’ve been chatting about our Sherry experience in Jerez, spending 3 days completely immersed in information about Fino, Manzanilla, Amontillado and Oloroso? Well, guess what? We, evidently, weren’t there! I assume that you’re scratching your head right now saying, “Uh, Gabriella, I’m a little confused. […]

Top Five Mistakes in Serving Sherry

If you’re the average wine drinker, what do you do when you receive a bottle you’re unfamiliar with? I would imagine that if you’re reading Catavino right now, you most likely peruse the Internet to get the most current and accurate information possible, but I fear you’re in the minority. […]

The More Entertaining Side of Sherry

We know it’s Friday and that you’re currently daydreaming of grilling, movies, dinner with friends, or just about anything that doesn’t involve active thought. “Hmmmm donuts..” So rather than post something that is either obnoxiously heady or bores you to death with meaningless facts, we’ve declared Friday as a non-thinking […]