Taylor Cream Sherry is an excellent smooth, silky, creamy wine with a rich "nutty" aroma, and deep amber color.--Beverage Testing Institute: Pale red-copper hue. Aromas of caramel, spice, and salted nuts. Medium bodied, with a hint of sweetness upfront and a finish showing a dryer, nutty character. Surprising Sherry character comes through. RATED: 84 points (Recommended).
Cribari Sherry is a deep golden color, slightly sweet, and full bodied with a nutty caramel aroma and a slightly flor (fragrance) for a creamy bouquet.
A classically styled pale dry sherry with nuances of roasted nuts. Great as an aperitif. Serve slightly chilled, over ice, with a twist, or with soda.
Taylor, excellent for Cooking Sherry is an excellent wine, with a light nutty aroma, pale color, and smooth finish.
For many years, The Christian Brothers Cream Sherry has been a popular alternative to aperitifs and after dinner wines. The full-bodied caramel corn flavor is accented by the delicate sensation of rose petals. The beguiling aroma and full body finalize this distinguished wine. Fashioned in the European tradition with a cultured flore sherry blend and aged in fine oak casks to create the unique and refined flavor. Mild and well matured, it can be served as a delectable sipping wine throughout the evening.
Continuing The Christian Brothers' long tradition of classic sherries, Dry Sherry is a wonderful before dinner drink. Dry and medium-bodied with a balmy, aged bouquet suggestive of orange blossoms. Toffee and nut flavors, with hints of persimmon, make this a wonderful change of pace from white table wines. Crafted with a cultured flore sherry blend and aged to perfection in the finest American oak.
The perfect aperitif, Dry Sack Medium is a distinctive blend of Palomino and Pedro Ximenez grapes aged in oak casks for six years by the traditional Solera method. Dry Sack Medium Dry has a light, yet satisfying taste and is best served chilled straight-up, or on the rocks. Full-bodied and lightly sweet, yet crisp, it also pairs well with a variety of foods. Enjoy Dry Sack as a happy hour aperitif, as the prelude to a wonderful meal, or with dinner itself.