Pedro Domecq's Manzanilla of Jerez, a smooth sherry with a subtle bouquet, is what is affectionately referred to in Spain as 'Gypsy Wine' because the 'Gitanos' or Spanish Gypsy people there seem to love it so. Being Gitano myself I, of course, found it delightful and a pleasure to sip! Aged in what I think are Chekoslovakian cedar kegs, (I was at the winery once) it's just the thing for lossening up the vocal chords in the wee small hours of morning to help one sing a sad saeta or spirited 'cante chico' flamenco song to finsh off the evening! Made from Palmino grapes it's at its best when ice cold and served with shellfish, almonds or cheeze. If you're not Gypsy you might not understand the taste but you can try! To us it's delicious, light, airy and, thank goodness, very DRY. Buy it and impress your friends with your insight into the Gypsy duende (soul) of the Sacromonte-La Chana regions of Granada!"