Palo Cortado tastes like a lovechild born from amontillado and Oloroso.
amontillado, a-mon-til-y′do, n. a dry or little sweet kind of sherry of a light colour and body.
What a crowning pleasure would a glass of sherry—that amontillado of yours—be in such a spot.
A little glass of amontillado with the oysters, said the baron, just to flavor them!
amontillado (a very nutty wine) is frequently added to sherries deficient in flavour.
The amontillado is of a straw colour only, more or less shaded according to the age it possesses.
Never can I say that my case is desperate while you can swallow your chicken-broth and sip your amontillado sherry.
amontillado, a dry kind of sherry wine of a light colour, highly esteemed.
To these we might add brittle chips of Greek Casere with nips of amontillado, for an eloquent appetizer.
No, not the amontillado, the Chteau Margaux, please; one can't drink hot dry wines such a night as this.
a variety of sherry wine, 1825, from Spanish amontillado, from a "from" (from Latin ad; see ad-) + Montilla, name of a town in the province of Cordova. Formerly the name of a regional wine, now of a type of sherry.