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Sherry; Serving

Fino Sherry should always be served chilled, Amontillado just lightly chilled; sweet Sherry is better at room temperature. All is at its best when a little is poured into a large glass, when it can be swirled. The fresher the bottle the better, but dry types are fine for a couple of days in the fridge (the best Fino really needs finishing at one sitting), and sweeter varieties will stay fresh for about a fortnight, if stored in the same manner.

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