From The Wine Spectator
16 Distinctive Sherries
May 9, 2014
James Molesworth reviews a range of Sherry styles from Finos to Olorosos.
GRANT Fino Jerez La Garrocha NV
A refreshing style, with quinine, green almond and salted butter notes leading to a relatively gentle finish. A good starter fino for those new to Sherry. Drink now. 300 cases imported. —J.M.
GRANT Amontillado Jerez La Garrocha NV
Accessible and round, with notes of salted caramel, almond husk, date and dried persimmon all weaving through the detailed finish. A great introduction to the amontillado style for Sherry newbies, but still complex enough for aficionados. Drink now. 300 cases imported. —J.M.
GRANT Oloroso Jerez La Garrocha NV
Warm gingerbread, toffee and date notes lead the way, followed by a juicy core of crystalized ginger, black tea and Black Forest cake flavors. Dark in profile, this remains light and open-knit through the finish. Drink now. 300 cases imported. —J.M.
From The Boston Globe
Sherry Returns to Trendy Bars, Old Bodegas, Thanksgiving
Nov 18, 2012
Elin McCoy goes to Sherryfest in New York and talks with André in her article “Sherry Returns to Trendy Bars, Old Bodegas, Thanksgiving.”
From Hogshead Wine
Sherry at the 75th International Gold Cup
Oct 23, 2012
Aaron Nix-Gomez held his own Sherry Fest tailgate party at the 75th International Gold Cup. Check out his blog post Sherry at the 75th International Gold Cup for a recap.
From Find. Eat. Drink.
Good Things to Eat While Traveling - Vera in Chicago.
Aug 2, 2012
Brooklynguy shares his recent experience at Vera in Chicago. Check out that Sherry list.
My Conversation with Andre, About Sherry
July 2, 2012
Karen Ulrich of T. Edward Wines wrote up a recent Sherry tasting, complete with cocktails and an interview with André in "My Conversation with Andre, About Sherry."
From the New York Times
In Spain, Sherry Producers Learn to Think Small
June 19, 2012
June saw a double dose of Sherry in the New York Times. Two Sherry articles from Eric Asimov graced the Dining and Wine section. First he wrote about the movement toward higher quality, smaller production projects in "In Spain, Sherry Producers Learn to Think Small."
Sherry Sidles Out of the Drawing Room
June 26, 2012
June saw a double dose of Sherry in the New York Times. Two Sherry articles from Eric Asimov graced the Dining and Wine section. After talking about the movement toward small production, he focused on specific ideas in Jerez in "Sherry Sidles Out of the Drawing Room."