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.
References in classic literature ?
Is that the way ye talk of the auldest bottle o' sherry wine in Scotland?
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.
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.
Pairing any aged Manchego with a chilled Sherry wine creates a perfect tapa before lunch or a great post-dinner treat alongside dessert.
Soy Ginger with Shiitake - An Asian fusion of tamari, sherry wine and brown rice vinegar is combined with the earthiness of shiitake mushrooms, carrots and tofu.
Decorated in the style of the OBelle poqueO era, Al Andalus stops in such destinations as Granada, with a dedicated visit to Alhambra and Generalife, Ronda, Cadiz as well as Jerez, home to Sherry wine.
50), and several seafood offerings, like grilled swordfish with a sherry wine and sun-dried tomato sauce ($24), mixed seafood grille with swordfish, salmon, sea scallops and jumbo shrimp in a citrus vinaigrette ($24) and tuna wasabi ($27.
2 shallots, minced 1/4 cup sherry wine vinegar 2 pounds petite green beans (fresh) 1 tube herbed goat cheese Juice of two fresh lemons Extra virgin olive oil 1/2 pound prosciutto, thinly sliced salt and pepper
To start, the guests were served California Field Green Salad with white asparagus, crisp apricot dill and poached pear with maple syrup, followed by beef tenderloin with green tea pearl sauce, or Asian-style sauteed sea bass, sherry wine yuzu pepper sauce and grilled king oyster mushrooms.
The spinach ($5) was fabulous -- the fresh vegetable sauteed with a little olive oil, a splash of sherry wine vinegar (which made for terrific, intriguing flavor) and sprinkled with lots of golden raisins and pine nuts.