Back in the day, as they say, sherry was identified almost exclusively with maiden aunts and other ladies “of a certain age” who, upon receiving guests, would inevitably put the kettle on for tea and trot out an ancient and decidedly oxidized bottle of cream sherry.Truth be told, little has changed in the intervening years. Despite the best efforts of the owners and marketers behind Spain’s finest bodegas, sherry still suffers from a crisis of identity among many consumers, who persist in ...

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