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Ximenes

(Spanish xiˈmenes; English ˈzɪmɪˌniːz) or

Ximenez

n
(Biography) See Jiménez de Cisneros
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A finales de la decada de 1690, oficiaba como Correo Mayor Pedro Ximenez de los Cobos, y como virrey de Nueva Espana Jose Sarmiento de Valladares (tambien conocido como el Conde de Moctezuma).
HOW TO SERVE With a slightly acidic dish like this, a sweet sherry is recommended - a 12-year-old Pedro Ximenez would help to dull the sharpness of the rhubarb.
You can dine on wild mushrooms on toasted Catalan bread with truffle butter and Ximenez sherry reduction (PS7.50), or charred tenderstem broccoli with ajo blanco dressing, grapes and toasted almonds at PS6.50.
BARBADILLO SAN RAFAEL OLOROSO DULCE SWEET SHERRY WINE, SPAIN (PS14.64, Amazon) With some Pedro Ximenez grapes (PX for short) for sweetness and figginess, this deep, rich sherry has aromas of dried fruit, nuts, plums and raisins, against a subtle oaky background.
GONZALEZ BYASS NOE 30 YEAR OLD PEDRO XIMENEZ SHERRY, SPAIN (PS20.95, 37.5cl, The Whisky Exchange) Meanwhile, the sinfully sweet, rich, sherry has just the right measure of raisiny richness to fuel the intense flavours and heavy fruit of Christmas pudding, mince pies and brandy butter.
Historians specializing in various periods and and aspects of Iberian history focus on the geographically and ideologically central city of Toledo from the Muslim Conquest in 711 to the the death of Cardinal Ximenez de Cisneros in 1517.