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At what temperature should Sherry be served?

A. Cool or cold depending on the style

B. Can be served warm depending on the style

C. Always served very cold

D. Room temperature

A.

Sherry tastes best when it’s drunk the way it is in Spanish bodegas – cold for certain styles; chilled for others. Manzanilla and fino should be served very cold. Nutty amontillado should be served well chilled. And even the deepest-colored Sherries – oloroso, cream, and Pedro Ximénez- taste best served at cool room temperature.

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