If you read my blog often, you’ll probably have realised I have a slight obsession with the southern Spanish city of Jerez de la Frontera. A city steeped in history, drenched in Spanish sun and filled with people who love to eat and drink. Jerez de la Frontera is situated in the Andalusia region and has so much to tell. The Alcázar de Jerez, a Moorish fortress founded in the 11th century, The Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art – famed for its riding school, flamenco music, fantastic restaurants and of course sherry! The process of wine making isn’t always a fun read, I’ll admit and in fact the tour guides do it so well so instead of it coming from me, I’m giving you 30 photos of Bodegas Fundador – to hopefully convince you a visit is well worth the detour!
Convinced? Well tours around this stunning Bodega start from just 8 euros per person (at time of writing) and finish with a tasting in the tasting room afterwards. Visit their website for more details and how to book. They even had a brand new restaurant named La Taperia on site to enjoy once the tour has finished.