In her smart new compendium, wine writer Talia Baiocchi exalts the sherry producers that sommeliers and mixologists revere. Here, she names three sherries everyone ought to try.

Megan Krigbaum
October 14, 2014

In her smart new compendium, wine writer Talia Baiocchi exalts the sherry producers that sommeliers and mixologists revere. Here, she names three sherries everyone ought to try.

Valdespino Fino Inocente ($15)
A great value. The Valdespino family has grown grapes in Spain’s Jerez region since 1264.

El Maestro Sierra Amontillado ($29)
Made entirely by hand at one of the few sherry bodegas owned by a woman.

Gutiérrez Colosia Oloroso Sangre y Trabajadero ($20)
Aged 12 years, it’s an intriguingly lean and vibrant version of oloroso.

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