Dabbler post: Sherry – the opposite of a modern wine

Here’s my latest post as wine correspondent for the Dabbler:

Sherry is the very opposite of a modern wine – it’s not fruity, it’s not made from a well-known grape variety and, worst of all for the accountants who run most of the larger wine companies, it can’t be sold straight after vintage continued

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About Henry

Henry Jeffreys was born in London. He has worked in the wine trade, publishing and is now a freelance journalist. He specialises in drink and his work has appeared in the Spectator, the Guardian, the Economist, the Financial Times, the Oldie and Food & Wine magazine. He was a contributor to the Breakfast Bible (Bloomsbury 2013) and his book Empire of Booze: British History through the Bottom of a Glass was published in November 2016.
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One Response to Dabbler post: Sherry – the opposite of a modern wine

  1. Pingback: Dabbler post: Sherry ? the opposite of a modern wine « rowensalemy

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