We chose Sandeman bodega, because it was recommended, and because it's 5 minutes from the equestrian school. There's always tasting, but you can have different combinations, we were not too demanding and went for the simplest one. The guide (Alicia was her name) was super. Not only was her English far better than average, she knew a lot about the process and all there is to know about sherry making. The tour was really interesting, to say the least, and full of variation. We were lucky to be in a very small group (us 2 and an Italian couple with their son), which made it even better. The tasting was a revelation, I don't like sherry, but what they served (sorry, 75% of their products is not exported) made me change my mind. Again, a must when you go to Jerez
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