Fortifiedwinesfall2008

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Fortified Wines Fortified Wine is made by adding  neutral brandy to stop fermentation of  the grape must. Sherry - Added after fermentation to achieve a dry wine Port - Added during fermentation to retain sugar / sweetness
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Sherry Sherry is a fortified wine It can range from dry to sweet The key is oxidation of wine It is made in Jerez Xeres is the French term for Sherry
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Sherry  Jerez is in southwest Spain in Andalusia  where there are vineyards and beaches. Shellfish is available in a wide array Sherry is very complex and labor intensive   
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Sherry - Service It can be served As an Aperitif During a Meal With Certain Foods With or in place of Dessert After Dessert
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Sherry Grape varietals commonly used Palomino  – primary grape grown in  Albariza soil (chalk, clay, sand) 95% of  sherry is made from Palamino. Pedro Ximenez
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This note was uploaded on 10/06/2010 for the course HRT 315 taught by Professor Bob during the Spring '10 term at Cal Poly Pomona.

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