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HARTLEY & GIBSON'S

SHERRIES

Produced and Bottled in Spain

In 1996 Impact Databank Review and Forecast ranked HARTLEY & GIBSON'S as the 2nd largest selling brand of imported Sherries in the U.S.

The brand is enjoyed by many Sherry aficionados, and has received numerous outstanding reviews from well known wine writers.

DESCRIPTION of HARTLEY & GIBSON'S SHERRIES

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CREAM SHERRY 

Dark gold to velvety brown; scentful bouquet; luscious, smooth and richly sweet in flavor; heavy-bodied.  Serve at room temperature or over ice.

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AMONTILLADO

(ah-mon-tee-ya-do)

Richly amber; brisk, medium dry; nutty to the palate; light, pungent bouquet.  Serve chilled, on-the-rocks or at room temperature.

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FINO

(feen-o)

Flaxen pale to gossamer golden; very dry to dry; almond-reminiscent bouquet; delicate and light, but fully satisfying.  Always serve chilled.

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OLOROSO

(o-lo-ro-so)

Deeply golden; gently sweet with a full-bodied, walnut-accented flavor; fully fragrant.  Serve at room temperature or on-the-rocks.

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MANZANILLA

(man-than-ee-ya)

This is the lightest and driest fino.  Produced near the seacoast at the mouth of the Guadalquivir River it has almost a salty tang.  Serve chilled and is an especially good accompaniment to shellfish.

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What They've Been Saying About

HARTLEY & GIBSON'S

HARTLEY & GIBSON'S ... A SUCCESS STORY - THE WINE TRADE by Ed Everett.  "Jack Poust & Company, (New York) the importer of this phenomenon, has taken HARTLEY & GIBSON'S from practically nowhere up to the top rank of imported Sherries"

WHEN IT COMES TO SHERRIES, HARVEY'S ISN'T THE ONLY CREAM OF THE CROP - THE BALTIMORE SUN, "Wine" by Michael Dresser:
"While Bristol Cream was the sweetest. smoothest and creamiest,
HARTLEY & GIBSON'S had more complex flavors, tighter structure and a better developed bouquet. Both are fine wines though in different styles. I'd call it a draw except in price."

IN A CLASS BY THEMSELVES - BAY VIEW MAGAZINE, San Francisco:
"There are imported Sherries and there are imported Sherries, but none compare in popularity and price or quality to
HARTLEY & GIBSON'S Sherries. They are in a class by themselves."

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE - "ONE MAN'S WINE" by Larry Walker:
"My house brand is
HARTLEY & GIBSON'S"..."