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OLOROSO SHERRY

Years ago the Brits would buy sweet cream sherry for granny, then we went all sophisticated with light, bone-dry fino as a chilled aperitif. Now chefs have fallen for the complex flavours of this darker, more heady but still dry style

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Sherry is a fortified wine, aged in wooden barrels. Oloroso is darker and stronger than most sherries and has been oxidatively aged – some air is let into the barrels – developing complex, nutty flavours. Look out for dry versions, which tend to be more sophisticated than their sweeter counterparts. Dry oloroso has a slightly sweet aroma, so its dry taste comes as a surprise but makes it mouthwatering to cook with. The warm fragrance hits you a mile away, and its flavour gives savoury depth to shellfish, meat and vegetable dishes.

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