Light & Dry
Manzanilla Papirusa – from the town of Sanlúcar de Barrameda, full with a gorgeous mix of salted nuts, beeswax, bruised apples with a hint of hot beachwood. Perfect with a few olives or on its own $41  $8.50/g

Puerto Fino – from the town of Puerto de Santa María, soft, slightly creamy & very smooth with attractive baked orchard & citrus fruits with a toasty yeasty character. An excellent match with oysters  $41  $8.50/g

Fuller & Dry
Dry Amontillado Los Arcos – an oxidised version of Puerto Fino giving it more of a fuller & much more viscous texture with golden colour, bolder citrusy fruits, walnuts & hints of raisins yet so dry. A beautiful sherry with some Serrano ham or with mussels  $41  $8.50/g

Palo Cortado Vides – a very interesting style of sherry that swings between two different styles of sherry, the Amontillado style above & the Olorosso style below. The Palo Cortado has delicate coffee & cocoa characters, with freshly roasting pecans & long snappy citrusy finish. Great to accompany a nice bit of cheese or salmon dishes  $87/500ml  $14.50/75ml

Dry Oloroso Don Nuno – Rich & very full in the mouth with bolder notes of coffee figs, chocolate covered chestnuts, yet still with a clean & dry lemon finish. Fantastic with crab & squid or with cheeses  $62 $12.50/g

Pedro Ximenez San Emilio – made of totally 100% Pedro Ximenez grapes which makes this Sherry intensely sweet, rich viscous & dark in colour. With sweet raisin & smooth silky notes it’s excellent with dessert  $62 $12.50/g

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