For a proper introduction to dry-style sherries, sommelier Emily Nevin-Giannini, beverage director at Barcelona Wine Bar in Denver, CO, recommends Jarana Fino from Lustau. “This wine transports you to the coast of Southern Spain; you can almost taste the salty air and orange trees of Andalusia,” Nevin-Giannini says. It’s light and crisp with intense aromas of citrus, green apple, roasted marcona almonds—and it has a savory, salty minerality. It makes a perfect aperitif with serrano ham, nutty cheeses, and olives.”
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