The Jerez wineries represent one of the most important and attractive features of its architectural heritage. A visit to a Jerez winery is one of the best ways to enjoy this winemaking destination par excellence and just walking through their interior is a true pleasure for all the senses.
Its wineries are the most visited in Spain, and a visit to a Jerez winery is not just to taste its wines but also to enjoy a unique experience by touring its facilities and discovering how these unique wines with such singular characteristics are produced, thanks to its system of “soleras and criaderas”. Many wineries also offer flamenco and equestrian shows and in some you can also discover art collections that include paintings by great masters.
But if sherry is unique, it is because the albariza soil from where it originates is also unique. Jerez has a characteristic landscape formed by almost 2,000 hectares of vines producing Palomino, Moscatel and Pedro Ximénez grapes, vineyards that stretch as far as the eye can see. To contemplate a sunset for one of these vineyards is a truly memorable experience.
But we can also discover the world of the ageing of still wines, produced in modern wineries and traditional cortijos, wineries that produce red, white and rosé wines under the denomination Tierra de Cádiz, author wines that enjoy recognized prestige and join forces with sherry.