Vinos Generosos de Licor

The Art of Blending

The Historic Art of Blending

Generoso Liqueur Wines are defined in the Regulations of the Consejo Regulador as wines obtained from the traditional practice of "cabeceo" or blending of Generoso Wines with Naturally Sweet Wines, or in certain cases with concentrated must.

 

These are wines with different degrees of sweetness, but always with a sugar content of over five grams per litre. According to the type of generoso wines used as a base and the final levels of sweetness of the blend, the following types of Generoso Liqueur Sherry Wines are obtained.

Sherry wines

Vinos Generosos de Licor

Vino Generoso de Licor

Pale Cream

Vino Generoso de Licor

Medium

Vino Generoso de Licor

Cream

Jerez-Xérès-Sherry

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