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oloroso

a full-bodied golden-coloured sweet sherry
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She offers her guests this schematic: "Fino and manzanilla are your Champagne or aperitif; amontillado fits where you would use a white wine, oloroso pairs like a red wine, and then Pedro Ximenez and moscatel finish dinner in the dessert category.
Estrellon's drinks list includes cocktails like the Albariza, made with Brandy de Jerez and oloroso, honey, lemon and cherry juices and bitters.
Other, more full-bodied wines are chosen to become Olorosos and fortified to 17% or higher.
The superior Dios Baco Imperial VORS 30 Year Old Oloroso is 100% Palomino Fino has an alcohol content of 19.
Top of the range aged Olorosos can be a fantastic gamut of intense flavours and aromas that have to be slowly savoured.
The finest sherries are generally bone dry, but commercial styles such as cream sherries are blended olorosos sweetened with px, moscatel or other sweetening wine.
uk The biggest of all sherry companies are Gonzales Byass, who make the excellent, best-selling fino Tio Pepe ('Uncle Joe') and the superb sweetened oloroso, Matusalem.
Oloroso wines are more heavily fortified with alcohol, which kills the flor yeast.
Higher in alcohol, they are obviously not there to be quaffed, but Fino is a revelation with various seafood, Amontillado sits well with ham or light cheeses, and Oloroso matches highly-flavoured meat or game and strong cheeses.
Olorosos, Sherry's great dessert wines, also start life dry.
Sherry can easily be cleaved into two styles: Fino and Oloroso.
Con estos recursos, Gauguin, habla de sus jovenes esposas (Evas doradas y gruesas, bestias llenas de salud, cuerpos olorosos a sangre animal que se atempera con la fragancia de las gardenias que adornan sus cabelleras) y reitera lo aprendido en el archipielago de salvajismo fastuoso: en Tahiti aprendio a ser feliz, a vivir el instante y a curarse del mal europeo que vive el ayer y espera el futuro, pero se olvida del hoy.