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Sherry producers in Andalucia’s Jerez area of Spain launch campaign to boost UK business

PRESTIGIOUS sherries from the Jerez area will feature in a new advertising campaign targeting UK drinkers after a recent sherry sales boost during COVID...

Christmas celebrations across Spain: Zambombas in Jerez

A special and uniquely Jerezano event unites the city this Yuletide

Famous wine and sherry producer known for Tio Pepe is voted decade’s best winery in Spain

ONE of Spain's most famous sherry and wine producers has been voted 'Best Spanish Winery of the Decade'. The AEPEV association of wine journalists gave...

Riders battle the elements in washout first test in Jerez

The weather did not play ball in the rider’s first taste of 2020 machinery

Town in Spain’s Andalucia issues yellow weather warning following tornado like conditions

20 incidents of falling trees and branches were reported in Jerez alone on Monday

Andalucian football players wear shirts printed with racist insults for protest in final game of season

Teammates have, in a tongue-in-cheek way, branded the five-year-old squad ‘the foreigners’

Belinda Beckett raises a toast to the sherry merry month of May in Spain, with its free-flowing booze and...

With barrels of rebujito hitched to the back of the tractor-drawn wagons you can refresh yourself as you walk/dance/stagger along the route

SHERRY XMAS: All you need to know about Andalucia’s famous tipple and what to pair it with this festive...

There’s one to go with everything, writes La Bodega del Cantinero’s sommelier, Juan M Padron

MICHELIN GUIDE 2019: Which Andalucian restaurants won stars?

Andalucia now boasts 22 stars with 10 of those in Malaga

Archaeologists call on officials to turn historic Andalucian 2,300-year-old winery into tourist centre

Fears have grown over the preservation of the historical remains, with motocross fanatics using the area as a practice circuit

How Andalucia’s ‘de la frontera’ towns got their names… and what they mean

Lenox Napier pores over medieval maps to discover how Andalucia’s ‘border towns’ got their names

Punk singer arrested for ‘anti-establishment’ lyrics after concert in Spain’s Andalucia

Evaristo Paramos was detained by Guardia Civil on Sunday after finishing a concert with his band Gatillazo in Jerez

CUTE ALERT: First look at newborn endangered Iberian Lynx cubs in Andalucia

The cute cubs, which are the world’s most endangered feline species, have passed their first health check-up at Jerez Zoo

Plant workers arrested in Andalucia after trying to save cocaine sent for destruction

TWO cement plant workers have been arrested after the Guardia Civil found they tried to hoard cocaine meant for destruction.  Last Friday agents transported the...

Night time wine picking phenomenon in Jerez

Over 30% of all the grapes picked in Jerez’s wine harvest are being picked at night to avoid the worse of the seasonal heat.

Stooges frontman Iggy Pop to headline Spain’s Motor Circus festival in May

Legendary rocker to join Fatboy Slim, Crystal Fighters and Love of Lesbian of Jerez show

Spain music festival guide 2017

The Olive Press has scoured the land to find the must-attend events in 2017, so grab your cervezas and sombreros and begin the party

Paddy MacLachlan’s house building blog – Episode 4

WHEN you build a house from scratch that's based on your own ideas, you end up with what I suppose you might call your...

Paddy MacLachlan’s house building blog – Episode 1

No skeletons in the cupboard for our new OP blogger - just under his house!

Town hall workers sacked after not turning up to work for 15 years

A PAIR of workers have been fired from a town hall after it was discovered they had been skiving off work for 15 years. The...

Konsell Abogados works hard to make your lives easier

The firm wants to help you avoid unnecessary suffering

Travel through Jerez in latest excerpt from expat author Nick Nutter

Nick Nutter's The Sherry Triangle is available on Amazon and Kindle

Sherry seeing a revival in Europe as consumption grows in Spain for first time in 30 years

Experts say the 1.5% increase is due to the growing demand for organic and natural wines

Animal rights protest planned for Jerez

May will see the start of Jerez's bullfighting season

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