''Jerez de la Frontera'' articles

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


La Barajuela Raya 2015 (Saca 2019)

21 July 2020 | by Ruben

Raya La Barajuela is an extinct type of wine, made from the last pass of the harvest, oxidatively aged like an Oloroso. Another freaky, interesting experiment from Willy Pérez at Bodegas Pérez


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


Sherry shops in Jerez

10 September 2019 | by Ruben

The list of interesting sherry wine shops in the Jerez area is not that long. Here are a few of my favourites: Corredera, La Casa del Jerez and Der Guerrita


Lustau Tres En Rama 2019

26 June 2019 | by Ruben

The yearly 3 En Rama bottlings highlight the differences of the key cities in the sherry triangle Slightly later than


Cayetano del Pino

21 February 2019 | by Ruben

Bodegas Cayetano del Pino is considered one of the experts when it comes to Palo Cortado sherry. They have some very fine examples at different ages



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