"Generosos" or dry sherries category covers the vast majority of sherries produced. They are the oldest and best-known: manzanilla, fino, oloroso, amontillado, and palo cortado. They are all made using palomino grapes.
Amontillado: Its color varies from topaz to amber. Its aroma is subtle and delicate, with notes of hazelnut, aromatic herbs, and black tobacco.
Fino: Straw yellow or pale gold in color, it is dry and delicate on the palate, with pungent aromas.