What’s not to like about sherry?


Known as ‘Sack’ in Shakespeare’s time and, for reasons of balance (Shakespeare wasn’t the only great writer of his time, and you know that journalists are always strictly impartial!), as Xeres in that of the Bard’s contemporary, Cervantes, sherry (itself an English corruption of the Arabic name for Jerez, Xeres) was a staple drink in much of the known world.

It isn’t today – but it should be!


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