It is in the south of Spain, not far from the city of Cadiz, that the sherry terroir is located, a mutated wine without equivalent in the world, because of both its production methods and its unique aromas. From these chalk lands, whose dazzling whiteness becomes almost unbearable at the height of summer, multi-faceted sunny wines are born, from the most incredibly dry to the sweetest.
The city of Jerez (See Map below), which gave its name to the vineyards that ...
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