Definitions

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  • adj. Prepared with sherry.

Etymologies

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sherry +‎ -ed.

Examples

  • This is when a small amount of air has seeped in through the cork, leaving the wine smelling "sherried" or without any discernible fruit characteristics.

    Faulty Wine? When to Put a Cork In It

  • There's nothing subtle about Thomas's plans to stock the joint with 1,000 kinds of whiskey, which diners will be able to chase with fried clams, steak Diane, wild game and some reminders of the chef's days at the late Viridian in Logan Circle, including a grilled radicchio salad with sherried walnuts and candied grapefruit and chicken cooked under a brick.

    Michael Hartzer returns with Jack Rose

  • Istria is planted with around 3,000 hectares of Malvazija, a white grape variety that, in the case of western Istria producer Roxanich, produces a white wine with a copper gold color, an unusual nose with notes of marzipan, a slight sherried character and a tangy minerality.

    Discovering Classic Croatia

  • The wine is then aged in oak barrels which gives the wine a slightly more sherried feel.

    Amarone's Sweet Charms

  • He sat alone, being perfectly invited by a perfect Chinese servant to order as he pleased, and found himself served with his first desire — ­an ice-cold, sherried grapefruit, which, the table-boy proudly informed him, was “grown on the ranch.”

    CHAPTER XII

  • Mixing local and Spanish ingredients, the menu starts with cold plates of tapas including duck foie terrine drizzled with spiced red wine, king oyster mushroomed Angus beef carpaccio, marinated trout w/ sherried white bean salad, and oysters poached in Cava & topped w/ a bacon chip though who doesn't end up covered in bacon after soaking in booze?

    Thrillist: Taberna: An Expat Smuggles Home Authentic Spanish Grub

  • The 12-year-old Macallan is a luscious, richly sherried dram, round, malty and reasonably complex.

    For some whiskies, life begins at 30

  • All the peat, seaweed and iodine of the original, joined flawlessly with a deep sherried sweetness.

    Expensive Tastes

  • All the character and flavor of the original is there, joined flawlessly with a deep sherried sweetness.

    Expensive Tastes

  • Refill the soup cans with doctored soup and garnish with a spoonful of sherried cream.

    The Swell Dressed Party

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