From The Boston Globe
These aren’t your grandparents’ sherries
Jan 29, 2013
Ellen Bhang of The Boston Globe talks sherry in her article “These aren’t your grandparents’ sherries.”
From the New York Times
Sharing a Sherry Treasured in Spain
Jan 2, 2013
Geoffrey Gray of the New York Times shares his recent visit to Jerez, including a stop at Gutierrez Colosia, in “Sharing a Sherry Treasured in Spain.”
Sherry Returns to Trendy Bars, Old Bodegas, Thanksgiving
Nov 18, 2012
Elin McCoy goes to Sherryfest in New York and talks with André in her article “Sherry Returns to Trendy Bars, Old Bodegas, Thanksgiving.”
From Find. Eat. Drink.
Peter Liem Talks Sherry
Oct 18, 2012
Peter Liem Talks Sherry with Find. Eat. Drink. Read the article for his top Sherry recommendations.
Sherry Fever Grips New York
Oct 17, 2012
Sherryfest hit New York in October. Check out Wine-Searcher’s coverage in Sherry Fever Grips New York.
From Brooklynguy’s Wine and Food Blog
Good Things to Eat While Traveling - Vera in Chicago.
Aug 2, 2012
Brooklynguy shares his recent experience at Vera in Chicago. Check out that Sherry list.
From T. Edward New York Wine Blog
My Conversation with Andre, About Sherry
July 2, 2012
Karen Ulrich of T. Edward Wines wrote up a recent Sherry tasting, complete with cocktails and an interview with André in "My Conversation with Andre, About Sherry."
From the New York Times
In Spain, Sherry Producers Learn to Think Small
June 19, 2012
June saw a double dose of Sherry in the New York Times. Two Sherry articles from Eric Asimov graced the Dining and Wine section. First he wrote about the movement toward higher quality, smaller production projects in "In Spain, Sherry Producers Learn to Think Small."
Sherry Sidles Out of the Drawing Room
June 26, 2012
June saw a double dose of Sherry in the New York Times. Two Sherry articles from Eric Asimov graced the Dining and Wine section. After talking about the movement toward small production, he focused on specific ideas in Jerez in "Sherry Sidles Out of the Drawing Room."
From The Improper Bostonian
Looking for a light summer cocktail? Check out Paul Manzelli's, of Bergamot, Elcano Collins: made with Fino Elcano, rhubarb syrup, black walnut bitters, lemon, and soda water.
In Wine & Spirits
Gutierrez Colosia Fino Elcano
This subutle, delicate Fino has aromas and flavors of salty almonds and limestone. The texture is ethereal while the flavors project over the palate, taking on briny, mineral depths. Ideal with pickled sardines. (Wine & Spirits Buying Guide, Winter 2009)