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Sherry is one of the treasures of the wine world, a singular wine that can go from a bright straw yellow Fino to a dark, ebony coloured Pedro Ximénez. There is a Sherry wine for every moment of the day or every occasion, -aperitif, accompanying a meal or as a dessert.

Jerez Region, located in the South-western Andalusia, is where Sherry wines are born and aged. This area enjoys special climatic and geographical conditions that make Sherry a unique wine: extreme summer hot temperatures that encounter the cooling breezes from the Atlantic and lime albariza soils.

This wine tasting is addapt for both experts and novice. It includes a palete of the following wine types:

Mosto: must from the presses, the raw material for the Sherry wines.
Fino
Amontillado
Oloroso
Cream
Pedro Ximénez

At the end of the session, guests will enjoy a glass of their favourite wine, accompanied by Spanish cheese and traditional charcutery.


  • Price: €35 per person (including taxes)
  • Activities available in the following languages: Spanish.English.German
  • Place: Seville (Seville)
  • Duration: 2 Hours
  • Date available from: 09/04/2016
  • Date available to: 31/07/2019
  • Category of the activity: Gastronomy. Wine tourism
  • Who is it for?: Young people. Adults without children. Senior. LGBT
  • Organising company: Taller Andaluz de Cocina

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