Spanish Wine & Sherry Tastings

I love Sherry. I’ve done so for decades, but it was only when I got to Vejer that my eyes were opened to just how versatile this fabulous wine of DO Jerez actually is.
Here I discovered that Sherry is a perfect example of how the wine of an area is historically made to go with the food of the area. There is a Sherry to match every type of food in the world! There is even a Sherry that’s perfect with acidic tomatoes.  Here we drink Sherry throughout a meal.
This is Sherry!

Come to an evening of Sherry tasting and food matching at Annie B’s Spanish kitchen to open your Sherry eyes too.

Class Summary
  • 3 hours of Sherry or wine tasting with food matching at Annie B’s Spanish Kitchen in Vejer.

  • When

    All year round upon request

  • Duration

    3 hours – and a bit more!

  • Includes

    • 6 Sherries or Wines
    • 6 Tapas
    • Notes and tasting mats
  • Price(s)

    €150 per person for 2 people

    Price will vary depending on the size of the group

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What To Expect With This Class

Local Wines & Sherry

When I first came to the province of Cadiz in 2003, there were no local reds on offer and only a couple of whites made purely from the Palomino grape. Now some excellent red and white wines are produced in the area and innovative winemakers are making their mark on national palates. I regularly include visits to some of these wineries during any bespoke Wine & Sherry wine experience for visitors to the area.

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It’s breathtakingly beautiful. Your first glimpse of the town is as a blinding flash of white on a hilltop against the bluest of blue skies. Up close it’s just as easy on the eye, too – a labyrinth of narrow, cobbled streets winding its way between quiet squares, churches and handsome historical buildings, it’s a photographer’s dream.

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