Fino Which means fine in Spanish; is the driest and most pale coloured of sherry. Manzanilla is a more complex fino sherry produced around the port of Sanlúcar de Barrameda. Amontillado is a variety of sherry that has been aged first under a cap of flor yeast, and then is exposed to oxygen, which produces a result darker than fino but lighter than oloroso. Oloroso Which means scented in Spanish) is a variety of sherry aged oxidatively for a longer time than a fino or amontillado, giving rich, darker wine with between 18-20% alcohol. Palo Cortado is rare, very complex wine which is initially aged under flor like an amontillado, but develops a character similar to oloroso, with some of the richness of oloroso and some of the crispness of amontillado.