Amontillado (noun)

A type of dry sherry aged partly in the mountains, characterized by its nutty flavor.

Origin:

From spanish amontillado, past participle of amontillar, from montaƱa, "mountain", referring to a style of sherry aged partly in the mountains.

Examples:

  1. We ordered a bottle of amontillado to go with our meal.
  2. The amontillado sherry was the perfect complement to the rich, savory flavors of the dish.
  3. He was a connoisseur of fine wines and had a particular fondness for amontillado.
  4. The amontillado was aged for over a decade and had a deep, complex flavor.
  5. I was surprised to learn that amontillado is actually a type of sherry, I had always thought it was a specific brand.
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