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November 30, 1998 Smooth and Spanish Brandy de Jerez, aged in aromatic Sherry barrels, has a softer appeal than Cognac By Sam Gugino In the sprawling, sun-drenched region of Andalusia in southern Spain, they produce a remarkable fortified wine called Sherry, which is known to many Americans, but appreciated by all too few.
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