Barbadillo Pedro Ximinez

Champion of the affordable quality Sherry, Barbadillo Pedro Ximinez is a fresh, vibrant and rich authentic PX from within the famed 'Jerez Triangle. Thick, dark and sweet, this viscous Sherry is delicious with full-flavoured cheeses or dried fruit, it can also be chilled and sipped as the sun goes down.

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