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Is xérès amontillado vegan?

Xérès amontillado is potentially vegan - it can be derived from plants or animals. You should ask the manufacturer for more details.

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So, what is xérès amontillado?

Xérès amontillado is a type of sherry wine that is known for its complex and nutty flavor profile. This wine is produced in the Jerez region of Spain and is made using a unique process that involves blending fino and oloroso sherries. Xérès amontillado is aged in oak barrels for a minimum of six years, which gives it a rich and distinct taste. This ingredient is commonly used in cooking, particularly in Spanish cuisine, to add depth and complexity to dishes. Its nutty notes make it a perfect pairing for rich, savory foods like cured meats and cheese.

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