- Performer:Sherry & Wine
- Title:June Lady / You Can't Do That
- Style:Beat, Garage Rock, Pop Rock
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Sherry Wines contain the essence of Southern Spain, its climate, its history, its culture and its people. One of the main functions of the Sherry Wine Council is spreading the culture associated with Sherry wines. Our wines undoubtedly demonstrate peculiarities and a richness that make training an instrument necessary for both enjoyment and adequate understanding.
Sherry (Spanish: Jerez ) is a fortified wine made from white grapes that are grown near the city of Jerez de la Frontera in Andalusia, Spain. Sherry is produced in a variety of styles made primarily from the Palomino grape, ranging from light versions similar to white table wines, such as Manzanilla and Fino, to darker and heavier versions that have been allowed to oxidise as they age in barrel, such as Amontillado and Oloroso.
Sherry wine substitutes can be non-alcoholic or alcoholic, but make sure that the one you choose helps you to retain the original taste of the dish. Cooking sherry can be replaced with sherry wine. Using drinking sherry as a substitute is ideal if you want to reduce salt intake. You can have any dry form of drinking sherry as a perfect replacement. In case you are not aware, two tablespoons of cooking sherry contains more than 190 mg of sodium, apart from the harmful additives, preservatives, and food colors
Pick up a bottle of Sherry wine and you'll find all three references to this fortified wine on its label. Jerez is the Andalucia word, Sherry is the common. In a region quite near Jerez de la Frontera, evidence has been unearthed showing that wine has been made there since 1100 . Since that beginning, wine, more importantly, Sherry, has been made there
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A fortified wine made in Andalucía in southern Spain, sherry ranges from very dry to very sweet in flavour. Recipes using sherry. Medium sherries (including amontillado and oloroso) are excellent for slow-cooking poultry and meat dishes and for de-glazing cooking pans to make quick sauces. Sweet styles (such as cream and pale cream) are a must for trifle and other desserts, while the very sweetest (Pedro Ximénez), made from semi-dried grapes, is great over ice cream. Do not use sweet sherry in dishes that call for dry sherry or vice versa. Alternatively, sherry vinegar adds an authentic taste to Spanish dishes.
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Producer – Frank CarmichaelWritten By – Kolar, Young
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Written-By – Lennon-McCartney