SHERRY is making a comeback as the toast with the most.
Consumption in Spain has grown for the first time in 30 years. And the tipple once associated with vicars and maiden aunts is even finding flavour with the younger generation.
Experts say the 1.5% increase is due to the growing demand for organic and natural wines among younger consumers, while the increase in production has led to a drop in prices.
Europe has seen a revival of the Jerez wine in recent years, with London opening sherry bars like Capote and Toros in Kensington.