Photogenic place to tour around. Whilst our guide was not as easy to understand as I would have liked, we still got the gist of the finer points of the different grapes, methods of blending and differing finished sherry types.
Apart from the first 'dry' tasting the next two were very palatable. The olives and crisps went a bit quick, so a little more 'Tapas' would have been useful to go with the generous samples of alcohol!
We timed our visit to follow on from a tour of the Real Equestrian School of Art which is next door.
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