Lightly sweet but crisp, it s best served chilled straight up or on the rocks.
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Rated 5 out of
Visited the winery in Spain decades ago.There is something special about Dry Sack, be it the aging process, the barrels, and the aroma that bathes the upper palette. I have not found a Sherry comparable. It is medium dry and fine for sipping while reading a good book.