This dark, velvety sherry goes very well paired with plain vanilla ice cream and some sherry soaked raisins. Simply soak the raisins in sherry for 30 minutes, add to the ice cream and drizzle with flaked almonds or praline biscuits for a finishing touch.
This dry, pale white sherry is the perfect accompaniment to tapas-inspired snacks. A few ingredients you can combine for a Spanish-style snack include: smoked paprika almonds; serrano ham; fresh olives; artichoke hearts; tomatoes; garlic oil and bread; manchego cheese and chorizo.
The lemon zest and orange notes of this dry, rich sherry make it robust enough to cut through the spicy, herbal flavours of Indian and Thai curries. Tomato based Indian curries or a Thai red curry work especially well.