Wine of the Week #1525: Lustau Palo Cortado
This style of Sherry can’t be created on-demand, but rather occurs in a small percentage of the wines that begin their life destined to become Fino Sherry, but along the way, the naturally occurring layer of yeast – which grows on top of Fino and protects it from oxidizing – dies and leaves the Sherry suddenly exposed to the open air.
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There is perhaps no food more closely associated with wine than cheese – and with good reason! Wine and cheese share deep and historical roots as artisan products, often…
Sherry 101: Everything You Need to Know in 8 Easy Sips
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Sherry Cocktail Recipes: Silk & Gators by Grupo Patina in Los Angeles
2 oz Cognac VSOP 0.75 oz Lustau Palo Cortado 0.5 oz Punt E Mes 0.25 oz Amaro Averna Orange Peel Glass: Cocktail Coupe Directions: Combine cognac, sherry, vermouth and amaro in…