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The Times

Published:  23 July, 2008

Sherry's time has come,' declares JANE MacQUITTY, but it's no thanks to the latest release from Harvey's: On sale for a steep 7 or so in Tesco and Sainsbury's next month, it [Harvey's Orange Aperitif] smells of Terry's Chocolate Orange and tastes of orange cough sweets.' The overall category, however, is enjoying a resurgence, she reports: The average price that British drinkers are prepared to pay for a bottle of Sherry is up from a rock-bottom 4.64 in 2002 to 5.55 in 2006.' For a winter aperitif, she recommends Old Amontillado Sanlucar, Hidalgo (8.60; Tanners).