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Many people associate sherry with kitchen duties, adding it to recipes or dishes for an extra dash of flavor. What many people don’t know is that there are many types of sherry on the market, and it pairs well with a wide range of foods. It also adds an unexpected twist to cocktails and mixed drinks. Sherry originates in the city of Jerez, Spain, but like Port, sherry wine has grown in popularity over the years and many countries now produce their own versions. The two main grape varietals in Sherry, Palomino and Pedro Ximenez, are both little known but once you try a few Sherries, you will love them. Types of Sherry vary from sweet to dry: cream sherry or moscatel are heavy, sweet versions of sherry wine, but try a fino or amontillado sherry if you prefer lighter and dryer wines.