Tag Archives: Sherry

Why you should visit Jerez in December: Zambombas!

There are many reasons for us to believe that late Autumn is an ideal time to travel to Andalusia: the sun is nice and gentle, the blue of the sky is especially bright and vivid, the countless orange and olive trees that fill the cobbled streets and rolling hills of the region are loaded with colourful fruit, […]

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Genuine Andalusia is now a certified Sherry Educator by the Sherry Regulatory Board!

The Sherry Regulatory Board organizes an intensive course twice a year with specialized theoretical and practical lessons about Sherry. It is the so-called “Sherry Educator course”. This 3 day course is open to people who work on a regular basis in wine-related training activities. These include giving lectures or courses, holding guided tasting sessions and teaching in specialized environments. […]

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We are now official bloggers for Sherry Wines!

Genuine Andalusia is now an official blogger for Sherry Wines! As we explain in this post, Genuine Andalusia is a project that was born in the Sherry town of el Puerto de Santa María. “El Puerto”, as it is locally known, forms the so-called Sherry Triangle together with the towns of Jerez de la Frontera and Sanlúcar […]

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Go Jerez! Life in the Sherry capital.

Versión en español aquí. Many people recall the same image when they hear the word Sherry. Very often this image features a smiley elderly woman sipping sweet wine happily from a small glass. However Sherry comes from Sherisch, the name that the Southern Spanish city of Jerez once had in the medieval times. From Sherisch, […]

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