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Many white wines can serve as an apéritif (a pre-dinner sipper meant to stimulate the appetite). But on those special occasions when you want to treat your guests and yourself to something that goes well beyond the everyday, take a look at sherry.
Sherry is a fortified wine; that is, a wine that has had its alcohol content boosted by the addition of spirits. The beauty of sherry is in its many varieties, ranging in color, flavor, and sweetness to please many palates. Here are four classics; note that the first three are best served chilled as an apéritif.
Note that the best sherry is made in Spain—those produced in the United States are not true sherries but can be used for cooking. Splurge for the the Spanish version if you can.
With sherry, little sips go a long way. Containing 17 percent or more alcohol, sherry is strong—it's not the choice to pour all night long. Rather, serve small portions in small glasses as a prelude to the meal and move on to a table wine for dinner.