Note:  Do not rely on this information. It is very old.


Sack (from vino seco), a name formerly applied to dry wines, especially those from Spain and the Canaries, and still later to all strong white wines. We read of "sherry-sack" and "canary-sack." These wines were generally sweetened and flavoured to taste, and sometimes warmed.

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