Sherry Triangle tasting at the convent of Santo Domingo

by  |  05-12-2014

For most, the image of Spain being exactly like Mexico but with a “lisp” is due to most people equating Andalusia, the furthest south region of the country, with being what Spain is and assuming that architecture in the New World went back to Andalusia instead of the other way around. Geographic correctness aside, we took a trip down to Sevilla and the greater Jerez/Cádiz region to dig in to Sherry a great deal more. On our second day there, our friends took us to a tasting organized by DO Jerez at the convent of Santo Domingo in El Puerto de Santa María. A lovely setting, it was in its second edition this year. Last year, there were 12 cellars from the Sherry Triangle. This year, it had grown to 17 with 64 wines presented and it appeared that attendance was stronger than the year previous. But the genius of […]
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