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Tuesday 6 December 2016

Top 5 places in Dublin for sherry

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Five Dublin hubs for sherry that are well worth a visit

 

Stanley's Wine Bar

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http://stanleysrestaurant.ie/

Even outside of International Sherry Week, Stanley's offers Dublin's widest range of sherry by the glass, including a sherry flight that introduces several main styles alongside some classic food pairings such as olives, almonds and jamon.

Luna

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www.supermisssue.com/luna

Though it currently has just two sherries by the glass, Luna is planning to extend its range in the new year. Its autumn consommé, served with a 40-year-old Amontillado from Delgado Zuleta, is a sherry moment not to be missed.

ely wine bar

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www.elywinebar.ie

One of Dublin's original wine bars, ely has been quietly championing sherry for many years. And at just €3 a glass, its Fernando de Castilla Classic Fino is one of the most affordable introductions going.

Cavern Wine Bar

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cavernbaggotst.com

Although it has just one sherry by the glass on its official list, the beauty of this wine bar is that its nestled beneath the co-owned (and excellent) Baggot Street Wines, which sells several reasonably priced sherries by the bottle.

Etto

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www.etto.ie/wine

Etto has a short, but interesting, choice of sherry by the glass, and lots of perfect grazing fodder to pair them with too, from classic smoked almonds to platters of acorn-fed Jamon Iberico.

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