Difference between Cream Sherry and Dry Sherry?

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Sherry is a fortified wine that is made from white grapes. The difference between cream sherry and dry sherry is that cream sherry is sweetened while dry sherry is unsweetened. Cream sherry is dark or very dark mahogany in color. It makes an ideal dessert sherry. Some types of sweet cherries are Medium Sherry, Pale Cream, and Moscatel. Moscatel is a smooth and sweet wine. It is normally used to sweeten other sherries . Pedro Ximénez is also often used to sweeten wines.
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