It’s harvest season in Jerez de la Frontera – time to celebrate and sample delicious sherries

September is harvest time in the vineyards of Jerez de la Frontera. In the sherry triangle, the Fiestas de la Vendimia begin officially around September 8, which is the feast of the Nativity of Our Lady. The first grapes may be picked…

What Spring cocktails can I make with Spanish wines and sherries?

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It’s Spring! The blossom is on the trees and the weather’s becoming more and more balmy. What better time to take a look at some of the delicious cocktails you could make for your Spring events with our wines and sherries. So here…

Why you need sherry vinegar from Jerez in your store cupboard

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All vinegars are not the same. Some are a gourmet delight. For food-lovers looking for an authentic Andalusian dressing, sherry vinegar is a must-have in the store cupboard. It’s less sweet than balsamic vinegar, gives you a more rounded…
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How sherry from Jerez became Britain’s favourite wine

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For centuries, sherry was Britain’s favourite wine. Its evolution is closely linked with the history of the Jerez region of Spain, and our love for it developed despite wars and religious differences. After a decline in sherry sales…