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Sherry o’clock. Again.

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04/09/2012 by Mark Leach

I’m a firm believer that you shouldn’t have to be 60+ and live in the home counties to drink sherry. Why let them have all the fun? Here’s a post from the Telegraph’s wine writer Victoria Moore about her latest sherry discovery. Sherry o’clock. Again..

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