Williams & Humbert Canasta Sherry Review

Following our Dry Sack review, we decided to take a look at another popular sherry from Williams & Humbert. This time, we’ll be taking a look at the Williams & Humbert Canasta Cream sherry:

Sherry OverviewRobe & AppearanceNose & AromasPalate & MouthfeelHow To Drink CanastaRecommended PairingsOverall Experience & Value For Money

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Sherry Overview

Bodega: Williams & HumbertExpression: CanastaVariety: Cream SherryRegion: Jerez, SpainAge: NASCasking: Oloroso Solera, Pedro XimenezCask Strength: 19.5% ABVPricing:Drizly: From $20 / 75 cl [Buy Now]

Meaning “basket” in Spanish, Canasta is a cream variety of sherry, which means that it’s was initially oloroso wine that was then sweetened with Pedro Ximenez. Learn more about the different sherry varieties with our sherry guides.

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