Spain's Fortified Wines Are Having a Moment

When Dan Greenbaum, bar manager of The Beagle in New York City, first toured Jerez, Spain, he didn’t visit a single sherry winery. “I ate and drank in the southwestern region, and that was enough to fall in love with it,” he says. 

Sherry, long the preferred drink of grannies and maiden aunts, is gaining newer, younger fans as beverage managers learn about its complexity and pairing capabilities. It’...