Heading South to Sherryville

Historic winery González Byass is a definite must in Jerez / Amador Toril - ICEX

Historic winery González Byass is a definite must in Jerez / Amador Toril – ICEX

With the cold and bleak days of January finally upon us, it’s not surprising that people’s thoughts often turn to traveling south this time of year, if only to enjoy a few days of sunshine.

And when you combine this temptation with the idea of eating delicious tapas and imbibing nutty and warming glasses of Spanish sherry – while taking in the sites of a charming and picturesque Andalusian town – well then you have your answer: Jerez.

Known for its dancing horses, soul-wrenching flamenco, tasty tapas and especially for its world-renowned sherries, Jerez is an ideal destination for a weekend getaway.

But don’t just take my word for it. Check out this city’s sights, sounds and flavors for yourself in this article on Foods and Wines from Spain, entitled: Searching for the Tapas ‘Duende’ in Jerez, 5 keys for getting to know the city, following the trail of tapas and Sherry wines.

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