Bodegas Sandeman

Jerez de la Frontera

Three or four daily tours (no bookings needed) each in English, Spanish and German, and one in French, all including three-sherry tastings; the website has up-to-date schedules. In honour of its Scottish creator, Sandeman sherries carries the black-caped 'Don' logo. Sandeman was founded back in 1790.

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4. Museo Arqueológico

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6. Bodegas Tradición

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7. Antiguo Cabildo

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