sherry wine

sher·ry wine

a wine of amber color, obtained originally from Jerez, Spain, containing about 20% alcohol; used in preparation of medicinal wines.
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A mouth for yer billin' and cooin'; and a' the rest o' yer days for wondering ye were ever such a fule, and wishing it was a' to be done ower again.--Ye'll be for a bottle o' sherry wine, nae doot?
"The sherry wine?" he said, in tones of deep feeling, holding the decanter up to the light.
"Is that the way ye talk of the auldest bottle o' sherry wine in Scotland?" he asked, gravely.
I'll take another glass of the sherry wine, just to wet my whistle, as the vulgar saying is, before I begin.
With your leave, I'll take another drop of the sherry wine.
Concluding his story in these words, the doctor helped himself to another glass of the "sherry wine." I was not satisfied yet; I wanted to know more.
'Sherry wine,' returned Mr Riderhood, in the same sharp tone, 'if you're capable of it.'
'And you,' he added, turning to his daughter, as he filled the footless glass, 'if it warn't wasting good sherry wine on you, I'd chuck this at you, for Poll Parroting with this man.
Joe," said Uncle Pumblechook: a large hard-breathing middle-aged slow man, with a mouth like a fish, dull staring eyes, and sandy hair standing upright on his head, so that he looked as if he had just been all but choked, and had that moment come to; "I have brought you, as the compliments of the season - I have brought you, Mum, a bottle of sherry wine - and I have brought you, Mum, a bottle of port wine."
BARBADILLO SAN RAFAEL OLOROSO DULCE SWEET SHERRY WINE, SPAIN (PS14.64, Amazon) With some Pedro Ximenez grapes (PX for short) for sweetness and figginess, this deep, rich sherry has aromas of dried fruit, nuts, plums and raisins, against a subtle oaky background.
In 2016, Emperador completed the purchase of Beam Spain' four iconic brands - Fundador, the oldest and largest Spanish brandy in the world; Terry Centenario, the number one brandy in Spain; Tres Cepas, the largest selling brandy in Equatorial Guinea; and Harveys, the number one selling sherry wine in the world.