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Because of an aging process that uses a layer of yeast to keep the wine from exposure to the air, amontillados have a bit more body and a deeper color and taste than a fino sherry but are not as dark or rich as an oloroso. This Don Zoilo, produced in Spain's Jerez Superior Balbaína region, pairs particularly well with ham, cheeses, and seafood.Continue
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