Sherry is only truly made in Andalucia in Southern Spain and there is a wide variety to explore.
This generous, modern, yet classic glass is conceived to complement the wide range of flavours to be found in dry and drier fortified wine. Recalling the traditional Copita glass used in Jerez, it will bring out the refreshingly savoury flavour of Fino sherry, the salty tang of Manzanilla and the nutty, raisiny characters of old Amontillado and dry Oloroso. Similarly it will be ideal for a steely dry Sercial Madeira or the slightly softer, more lime-and-orange-peel taste of Verdelho.
The pale styles, both dry and sweet, are best served lightly chilled. Once opened most sherry will not keep more than a week or two, so if you are unable to finish a bottle in a fortnight, try to buy half.