The Ultimate Sherry & Culinary Tour September 2017
Jerez De La Frontera,
El Puerto de Santa María,
Sanlúcar de Barrameda
INCLUDED by THE TIMES as one of the 50 top holidays in Spain 2015
The one and only Ultimate Sherry Tour.
Join us for the BEST year yet.
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Take your taste buds on a remarkable journey through southern Spain and discover why everybody’s talking about Sherry.
This is the ultimate long weekend for wine lovers who enjoy cooking and eating to hone their knowledge and stun their palate with appreciation of one of the oldest and most unique wines of the world – Sherry. Your 4 nights and 3 days will be action packed as we shop, cook, taste and experience the rich and passionate culture of Southern Spain’s world famous Sherry triangle – Jerez de la Frontera, El Puerto de Santa Maria and Manzanilla-Sanlúcar de Barrameda.
3 very fabulous days in Sherry Country with Sherry Educators Chelsea Anthon and Annie Manson.
We joined Annie and Chelsea on their inaugural 4 night tour on 11th September and it was truly outstanding. Stayed in Casa Grande Jerez (the best place to stay), bodega cookery, tours and lunches in Jerez, Sanlucar and El Puerto, lunch in El Faro in Cadiz, locals’ dining, drinking and flamenco choices AND grape treading, al fresco dining in vineyard locally on balmy evening. We tasted and drank our way around the sherry triangle in expert and attentive company and with so many new recipes to try at home.
Annie showed us so many wonderful foods and recipes; Chelsea opened up to us special bodegas not open to the public. We stayed on for 3 more nights to be joined by friends so we were then the informed hosts!
Thank you Annie and Chelsea.
Looking for the full Annie B experience? Have a look at the range of cooking holidays we offer…
Fly-by-night visit to Vejer planned? No problem. We also offer day classes to introduce you to the best of Spanish food…
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