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Sherry Week is on now: 6-12 November!

Tuesday, November 7th, 2017

[caption id="attachment_18176" align="aligncenter" width="578"] This is the fourth annual Sherry Week, taking place in 26 countries.[/caption] Anyone who enjoys drinking Sherry, the versatile fortified wine from the town of Jerez de la Frontera (Moorish name: Xerez, pronounced Sheresh), will be delighted to hear that this week is Sherry Week! The annual worldwide ...

5 Things I’ve Noticed as a Repatriated Spanish Expat

Tuesday, August 22nd, 2017

Guest post: Andrés Lopez Sheridan My name is Andrés and I have just returned to Málaga after living abroad for nine years. I grew up in a bilingual home in a small town 80 km away from Málaga. When I turned 18 I moved to the capital to study journalism at ...

12 places to visit in Andalucia in 2017

Friday, January 27th, 2017

Andalucia is full of cultural and gastronomic treasures, from Moorish castles to the best prawns in Spain. Some of these are, at long last, starting to receiving wider recognition, with international attention being focussed on our diverse landscapes, extraordinary monuments and unique culinary history. Across the region's eight provinces, each with its ...

Finos Palmas and poetry in a Sevillano palace

Thursday, November 10th, 2016

  FINOS PALMAS 2016 – the finest sherry in a rarefied Sevillano setting   Pedro Rebuelta of the Gonzalez Byass family, Cayetano Martinez de Irujo, the Casa de Alba, Antonio Flores, Chief Winemaker at Gonzalez Byass   The launch of this year’s Coleccion Finos Palmas, four very special Sherries from the Tio Pepe bodega, chosen ...

Huelva Capital Española de la Gastronomia 2017

Tuesday, November 1st, 2016

  Huelva CG logo   In a country which takes its food culture as seriously as Spain, to be chosen as Capital Gastronomica (Gastronomic Capital) is an honour indeed. And gastronomy is often quoted as a main reason why visitors choose to come to Spàin for their holidays, whether weekend breaks or summer ...

BioCultura: the eco-fair in Seville 26-28 February 2016

Thursday, February 25th, 2016

[caption id="attachment_17246" align="aligncenter" width="299"] BioCultura is an eco-fair in Seville this weekend with more than 250 exhibitors - food is the strongest sector.[/caption] This weekend a major ecological fair - the most important in Spain, and in Europe - takes place in Seville, starting tomorrow. BioCultura is at the Palacio de Congresos de Sevilla ...

Review of 2015

Thursday, December 31st, 2015

Today is the last day of the year, and the time when we look back over 2015 to see what's happened during the last 12 months. Here is our pick of the blog posts from the past year, celebrating the best of Andalucian scenery, festivals and produce. A new documentary about sherry was ...

Huelva gets its first Michelin Star!

Friday, November 27th, 2015

The latest edition of the gourmet bible, Michelin Guide to Spain and Portugal 2016, was published on 25 November. The new Michelin guide for Spain and Portugal, 2016 edition, has been published, with four new stars for Andalucia: three in Malaga province, and one in Huelva. All the newly starred establishments in ...

Three great reasons to eat tapas in Seville this autumn

Saturday, October 10th, 2015

    Order a dish, and help fight hunger. Seville is always a great city to go out and eat - this is where the tapa was invented, after all - and this autumn, a number of events and festivals are offering even more opportunities to enjoy the gastronomic experience. A recent report ...

6th Copa Jerez: And the winner is…

Friday, June 12th, 2015

As I mentioned in a recent preview  blog post, last Tuesday 9 June saw the world's foremost sherry-pairing culinary contest: the Copa Jerez. Copa Jerez 2105 winners, Sommelier Ian Adams and Chef Michelle Matthews, of 16 Romolo in San Francisco, in front of the judging panel. Teams of chefs and sommeliers from restaurants ...