What are you waiting for? Start drinking sherry! You don’t need to have lived in Spain for five years, and you don’t even need to be able to lisp your c’s -- you just need to enjoy an easy aperitivo at an amazing price. Fino is dry, pale, and best served cold as an aperitif, especially with salty, nutty, fatty things. In a region devoted to tradition, there is no more traditional bodega than the most historic house in all of Sherry country: Valdespino. And the Fino you're gazing at may be the most iconic and complex there is: single vineyard, fermented in barrel with native yeast (most others are in tank), and at bottling the wine has an average age of 10 years— doubling or tripling the aging of most other Finos. So, so good.