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Sherry Uncovered: A History and Guided Tasting SOLD OUT

Sunday 23 March 2014

1 Hour


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Beltrán Domecq tells the 3,000-year history of sherry and leads a guided tasting of some fine examples. He looks at the solera system, how blends work, the different types of sherry, their evolution during the ageing process, how best to drink different sherries and how they pair with local and international dishes.

Domecq comes from a long line of sherry and Jerez brandy producers on both his mother’s and his father’s side. He is a professionally trained oenologist and has worked for Williams Humbert Bodgeas and for the Domecq Bodegas. He has led educational tastings In Spain, England, United States, Holland and Canada and has now written a new book about the history of sherry and its nature today, Sherry Uncovered. Domecq is the grantee – person responsible for ensuring the Royal Warrant is used correctly – for Queen Elizabeth II’s Royal Warrant for Domecq and Harvey’s sherries.