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''Bodega'' articles

La Inglesa (Montilla)

8 September 2022 | by Ruben

The history of Bodegas La Inglesa is closely linked to the Alvear family. The name refers to Luisa Rebecca Ward,


Bodegas Alonso

1 July 2022 | by Ruben

The history and wines of Bodegas Alonso in Sanlúcar. They produce Manzanilla Velo Flor and have some wines from Gaspar Florido and Pedro Romero


Bodegas Poniente

27 August 2020 | by Ruben

Bodegas Poniente is a relatively new sherry bodega started by Patrick Mata and Alberto Orte. They have a well-aged Fino, Amontillado, Palo Cortado and Oloroso


Bodegas Garvey

6 December 2019 | by Ruben

The history of Bodegas Garvey starts with William Garvey, an Irishman who came to Cádiz in 1776 to buy merino


Visiting Bodegas Diez-Mérito

21 November 2019 | by Ruben

Houses like Díez-Mérito are interesting for their long history and balanced wines. The archways, the trees, the barrels all around, the tiled roofs and the black / white / ocre tones give this place a special atmosphere


Sánchez Ayala

4 July 2019 | by Ruben

The history of Sánchez Ayala goes back as far as 1789 and starts with the Marquess of Arizon. He owned


Visiting Bodegas Tradición

23 January 2019 | by Ruben

While attending the Sherry Educator course in September 2018, I had a chance to visit Bodegas Tradición. This is a


Portales Pérez (Los Caireles)

26 October 2018 | by Ruben

Portales Pérez is a family bodega in the historic centre of Sanlúcar de Barrameda. It was founded by María José Portales in


Lorente & Barba

21 August 2018 | by Ruben

Bodegas Lorente & Barba was started in 2016 by Mauricio Lorente and Julio Barba. Mauricio’s grandfather was a pharmacist who



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