Sherry, or sherry, is a truly unique wine. It is produced only in the Jerez wine region, located in the triangle between Jerez de la Frontera, Sanlucar de Barrameda and El Puerto de Santa Maria in southern Spain. The wine tradition of the region goes back over 3000 years, where local winemakers developed their own unique method of fortified wine production. The unique climatic conditions here are ideal for growing three varieties of grapes: Palomino for drier sherry, and Pedro Ximénez and Moscatel for sweet style. Sherry is a very delicate, multifaceted and noble wine, its production process is so intriguingly complicated that experts often compare it with champagne of the highest quality, and for many talented winemakers of the world it is a professional dream to create such a valuable drink.
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