Well, the sherry allows more flavor to come out of the wood than could otherwise be extracted.
Transformed into sherry, Robert joins the living dolls, a group of like-minded men profiled in a new documentary.
Dr. sherry Gorman made headlines after being accused of infecting patients with contaminated needles.
What makes it so good, and where should the sherry virgin begin?
Closing his interview with Angelou, Plimpton wondered how sherry influenced her rituals after finishing a project.
There was an astonishing vista, once inside the gates, of sherry butts and port casks.
Oldaker sipped his glass of old Oloroso sherry and discoursed.
Go downstairs, he urged the doctor, take a glass of sherry, and then look at me again.
You should have had a glass of sherry the moment we landed here.
sherry looked on for a while and then went out to tinker with the car.
kind of white wine, c.1600, mistaken singular from sherris (1530s), from Spanish (vino de) Xeres "(wine from) Xeres," modern Jerez (Roman (urbs) Caesaris) in Spain, near the port of Cadiz, where the wine was made.