The Jerez Region, where world famous wines and brandies are produced.

Sherry and Brandy

Universally famous and sold in over a hundred countries, Sherry and Brandy de Jerez are the most international of Spanish wines and spirits. Over the centuries they have seduced many different cultures, from Mexico to the Philippines, from the United States to the Netherlands and the United Kingdom. An international success fruit of extraordinary quality and enormous versatility.

These wines and brandies are the unique legacy of exclusive production methods from which they acquire the delicious complexity that has merited the appreciation of both experts and enthusiasts in all five continents. They are aged slowly following the traditional system of criaderas and solera, dynamic ageing systems that endow them with a fullness of nuances.


The sherry wines of Jerez, universal and millenary, are a key element in the identity of the Jerez Region, of its inhabitants and its cities, reflecting the generous, welcoming character of the people of Jerez as well as the culture and traditions that the numerous civilizations that have inhabited the area over the centuries have left as their legacy. These wines are currently to be found amongst the great jewels of universal oenology.

Brandy de Jerez triumphs in all its facets, consumed neat or as the star ingredient in the most popular cocktails and combinations.

It owes its nobility to its origin of wine, given that it is produced from spirits distilled from grapes/wine. In fact, three litres of wine have to be distilled to obtain just one litre of brandy, obtaining the best from them and casting aside the rest. Different degrees of aging produce three varieties: Brandy de Jerez, Brandy de Jerez Reserva and Brandy de Jerez Gran Reserva.

Brandy de Jerez is different from other brandies as it has certain unique and characteristic organoleptic properties that are the consequence of its traditional production process, from the characteristics of the wooden casks in which it is aged and the particular climatic conditions of the Jerez Region.

The privileged climatic conditions of the Jerez Region favour the growth of three varieties of grape: Palomino, from which dry wines are obtained, and Pedro Ximénez and Moscatel from which sweet wines are obtained.

A surprising range of typologies are obtained from these grapes and in turn they provide a characteristic range of colours, from the palest yellow to the most intense mahogany: Manzanilla, Fino, Amontillado, Oloroso, Cream, Pedro Ximénez…

Sherry, in each of its different varieties, provides the perfect companion for the most varied of gastronomic proposals, thus making sherry the perfect wine for a variety of tastes and moments of consumption.

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Brandy de Jerez is aged in what are known as sherry “butts”, casks previously seasoned with a specific type of sherry

The importance of the wood used is particularly significant in the ageing process. Brandy de Jerez is aged in five hundred litre capacity American oak casks that have previously been seasoned with some of the traditional types of sherry (Fino, Amontillado, Oloroso, Pedro Ximénez, etc.). They are known as sherry “butts”.

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