There are many different varieties, most of which are dry. All types are made from one of three varieties of grapes; Moscatel, Pedro Ximenez or Palomino. Palomino grapes are generally used to make the driest types of sherries such as fino or amontillado, and Moscatel grapes are used for sweet sherries.
Anything labelled as sherry has to come from the area immediately surrounding the city of Jerez. This wine is traditionally drunk in tulip shaped glasses which maximise the flavour and aroma, and is between 15 and 22% alcohol by volume.
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