A fortified wine that originated in Spain, sherry is produced in a variety of styles. Fino and manzanilla are dry, pale and crisp and are served chilled. Amontillado is a lightly sweet, caramel-colored sherry, while oloroso, or cream sherry, is darker in color and sweeter in taste; it is traditionally served at room temperature. Many of the firms in the sherry and port trade are British, so both these spirits are classic ingredients in English dishes, including trifle?sponge cake soaked in sherry and topped with fruit and custard sauce.
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