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fi·no

 (fē′nō)
n. pl. fi·nos
A pale, very dry sherry.

[Spanish (jerez) fino, dry (sherry), from fino, fine, from Latin fīnis, end, supreme degree.]

fino

(ˈfiːnəʊ)
n
(Brewing) a very dry sherry
[from Spanish: fine1]
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My brother writes as follows about the origin of the first part of "Zarathustra":--"In the winter of 1882-83, I was living on the charming little Gulf of Rapallo, not far from Genoa, and between Chiavari and Cape Porto Fino.
In the afternoon, as often as my health permitted, I walked round the whole bay from Santa Margherita to beyond Porto Fino.
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With the launch of Best Western Plus Hotel Fino Chitose in May 2018, we will be able to offer travelers a world-class upper-midscale hotel within easy reach of New Chitose Airport.
One of Spain's greatest wines, even Aldi introduced a fino and amontillado (which starts life as a fino but develops nuttier nuances with ageing) to their Exquisite Collection of wines, just in time for Christmas.
India-based Fino Payments Bank has said that it has tied up with Gokul Dairy and Mother Dairy to digitise payments in the milk industry.
For those who find fino or manzanilla a little too abrupt, then the ENTHUSIASTICO ORGANIC MANZANILLA (from PS7 a glass, Curado Bar) may be the very chap.
Inocente is a special fino in that, unlike many other finos, its grapes are from a single vineyard and are barrel fermented.
TASTE the Difference Dry Fino Sherry, Spain, (PS8, 50cl, Sainsbury's) is slightly lighter in body with similar yeasty aromas and tangy flavours.