Discover the secrets of Andalusian wine on this private sherry wine experience. Learn about sherry production vine-to-glass, and discover the tastiest sherry and tapas pairings. As the birthplace of this ancient wine tradition, the city of Jerez is a destination to be enjoyed with the five senses. The tour concludes with a tour of the city center.
Head to the countryside to visit its vineyards and learn about an oenological tradition dating back more than 3,000 years. During this time, the region has developed its own distinctive elaboration method. The climate is ideally suited to three grape varietals: Palomino, used to make drier sherries, and Pedro Ximénez and Moscatel, both used for sweeter varieties. Uncover the mysteries of how these sherries are made, root to glass.
A truly unique wine, sherry is produced exclusively in Jerez, situated in a triangle of land formed by the towns of Jerez de la Frontera, Sanlúcar de Barrameda, and El Puerto de Santa Maria. The landscape’s versatility is reflected in the wide range of grapes grown here, each with its own distinctive character. You can easily find a sherry for every dish and every occasion.
Take a workshop on venencia, and learn to use one of the winery’s most symbolic artifacts. Enjoy some sherry, then test your knowledge in a fun competition between the workshop participants. Venture into Jerez to admire its architectural heritage. Visit the Cathedral, the Alcazar, and the churches of the Reconquista in the medieval town center. Relax in Arenal and Plateros squares before exploring San Miguel and Santiago’s vibrant squares, where bar terraces alternate with shops.