From the magazine: Rare Sherry

Unlike its great rival, Port, Sherry tends not to attract high prices for rare expressions. Margaret Rand discovers the reason why and asks whether that situation will change.

Start-up sets out to bring Sherry ‘out of grandma’s cupboard’

A start-up wine company has set out to give the beleaguered Sherry category a "total reinvention", believing its future lies in successfully re-positioning it as a refreshing apéritif rather than "granny's favourite tipple".

Majestic credits ‘hipsters’ with Sherry revival in UK

UK retailer Majestic has attributed a surge in sales of Sherry to the rising popularity of the fortified wine among "hipsters" and younger drinkers, a demographic that it credits with kick-starting a Sherry revival in Britain. 

The week in pictures

This week's highlights included a trip to the opera courtesy of Champagne Deutz, a Martini vermouth fuelled premiere of the Williams documentary and Spanish and British royals sampling Sherry chosen by the Poet Laureate, Carol Ann Duffy.

The week in pictures

March 10th, 2017

Uncorked: Paco Galdeano

March 6th, 2017

Top 10 myths about Sherry

May 12th, 2016

Obituary: Manuel Lozano

April 27th, 2016

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