Made with the Palomino variety, they include a great diversity of types of wines that have lost a lot of market share for non-specialists, since with this diversity, which was intended to correct its excessively dry character, the typicality has been lost.
For this reason, we must define the different types of sherry wine and talk about its best or its best exponents: Fino and Manzanilla .
- A good Fino de Jerez must be very dry, with a yeast aroma, with almond and light hazelnut bottoms.
- A Manzanilla is also dry but with more aroma of flower yeast with an almond freshness and reminiscent of the humid Atlantic sea breeze, with a hint of nutty.
Currently, the Palomino Creams are the best-selling Sherry wines, they are sweet, slightly melliferous and reminiscent of overripe fruits.