Cata de vinos

“I was born and raced in Andalusia, once you come to visit you will understand the meaning of that in order of passion and pride for the family and our roots.

Part of my family from my dad´s side is from Jerez, the birthplace of sherry wine and I´ve been taught to love this land, and its wines, since I was a toddler. In fact every new baby born in the family is given a bottle of a very rare and old type of Sherry wine so It would be opened on their wedding day.

This is what I want to share with you, not only the good of these wines but also how they are part of our traditions, memories and lives.

Are you sharing with me such a beautiful gourmet experience in my kitchen?” – Chef Amelia.


What makes the sherry wines so rare and unique in the world? That´s what we are going to discover by tasting the classics.

We also learn by pairing the Sherry wines with:

  • Iberian ham.
  • Hard cured cheese.
  • Soft cured goat milk cheese.


Lasting: 2 hours and a half.

Morning suggested timing: 11:00 – 13:30 (we can adapt to your program upon request if there´s availability).

Afternoon suggested timing: 17:30 – 20:00 (we can adapt to your program upon request if there´s availability).


The origin and the story of sherry wine.

Areas and method of production. Type of grapes.

Dry pale sherry wine (Jerez)

Dry dark sherry wine (Oloroso)

Dry mid sweet sherry wine (Cream)

Sweet sherry wine PX grape (Pedro Ximenez).