Noun(1) dry to sweet amber wine from the Jerez region of southern Spain or similar wines produced elsewhere; usually drunk as an aperitif
(1) At Christmas we'll have a glass of sherry , but normally we don't drink.(2) dry sherry(3) Drunk straight from the fridge, this delivers the colour, aroma and flavour of a dry amontillado sherry .(4) It has been hard to persuade Chardonnay and Cabernet drinkers that sherry is worth trying - but change is afoot.(5) Make the dressing by mixing the oil, sherry vinegar, mustard, salt and pepper and the crushed garlic.(6) Mix the crushed garlic, chopped chilli, paprika, sherry and olive oil, and spoon over the prawns.(7) The cured ham and sherry give a wonderfully rounded Spanish flavour to the clams and the broth.(8) She grapples with the issues of the day and puts them to bed with humour, sincerity and a small glass of sherry .(9) When all this was melted, he added a small glass of sherry in which he had mixed a teaspoon of cornstarch.(10) They had three type of manzanilla sherry on the wine list but none in stock and tried to fob us off with white port.(11) The long table in the centre was set with plates of mince pies and glasses of sherry for the carol singers.(12) They are people in the last years of their life who like a port or sherry .(13) Add the tomato purÔö£┬«e and cook for a further minute before adding the chervil, sherry and crab stock.(14) Add the bay, thyme, rosemary, garlic, orange zest, cinnamon and a splash of dry sherry .(15) please pour me a sherry(16) There is also a faint undertone of tobacco and a slight hint of dry sherry .
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