All Sherry wines come from the Sherry Triangle, a protected region in the south of Spain embracing Jerez de la Frontera, Sanlúcar de Barrameda e El Puerto de Santa María. Only vines with a lifespan of 30 years or more survive in such place, where temperatures routinely rise to 38°C (100°F). Vines grow in albariza ground, composed 80% of chalk, the best medium for grape-growing for Finos: the palest, lightest and driest of sherries.
Cream Sherry Wine
Sandeman Sherry Armada Superior Cream
A Cream SherrySherry Wine
Sandeman Sherry Armada Superior Cream is a premium quality Oloroso Sherry. Careful ageing for more than ten years in the ancient Solera develops its complexity and roundness. A small amount of very rich Pedro Ximénez Sherry, made from sun dried grapes, is blended in to create a rich but complex combination.
Dark mahogany colour, with highlights of old gold. Very deep and complex Oloroso characteristics are offset by the richness and personality of Pedro Ximénez. Full-bodied, well balanced with a very smooth and velvety long aftertaste.
Alcohol 13,9 gAlcohol 8,3 g
Calories 154kcal|645kJCalories 93kcal|387kJ
Sugars 13,4 gSugars 8,0 g
Sherry wines delicate character comes from how it is aged in a partially-filled barrel, under a layer of mysterious yeast. This yeast is known as “Flor” and forms spontaneously on surface of wine. Flor protects the wine from air, imparting aroma and flavour. Hence, Sherry Fino is the world’s driest wine because it contains zero sugars. Mysteriously, Flor only grows in Sherry Triangle region.Storage
Should be stored standing, avoid intense light and maintain a constant temperature of 10°C-20°C.
This is a ready to drink wine. Serve chilled, between 10°C-12°C. Once open, it will remain fresh for up to 8 weeks.Enjoy
Experience pairing this wine with rich desserts, accompanying cakes, ice creams, chocolate or even blue cheese.