''Jerez'' articles

Fernando de Castilla

18 December 2013 | by Ruben

Bodegas Rey Fernando de Castillo is the brainchild of the Norwegian-born Jan Pettersen. Together with a group of investors, he


La Ina (Lustau)

4 November 2013 | by Ruben

After the liquidation of Pedro Domecq, Lustau bought six of their bodegas and the rights to some of their brands,


Dios Baco

28 October 2013 | by Ruben

The origins of Bodegas Dios Baco go back to 1765, when the Palomino family started a winery in Jerez. At the


Marqués del Real Tesoro

24 October 2013 | by Ruben

Bodegas Marqués del Real Tesoro were founded by the grandson of the first Marquis of the Royal Treasury, Don Joaquin Manuel de


Tio Pepe (González Byass)

26 September 2013 | by Ruben

Tio Pepe is without doubt one of the most famous sherries. The brand has been around since 1844 and it


Sánchez Romate

17 September 2013 | by Ruben

In 1781, Juan Sánchez de la Torre joined forces with a partner from the Romate family and laid the foundations of the


Fino (R.C. Ivison)

12 September 2013 | by Ruben

I bought this bottle at my local Delhaize supermarket, which has a good reputation for its selection of fine wines. However


Gonzalez Byass

6 August 2013 | by Ruben

In 1835, infected by the sherry boom of his time, Manuel María González purchased an Andalusian bodega (now known as



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