Learn About Harveys
Founded in 1796, the Harveys name is now synonymous the world over for fine sherry, particularly its flagship wine, Harveys Bristol Cream, the most famous sherry in the world and the best selling sherry in the United States. Harveys owns 2,000 acres of vineyard land in the prestigious sherry growing region of Jerez Superior, all on outcroppings of fine albariza soil. Harveys...
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Learn About Other Spain
The third largest country in production, Spain ranks first in land under vine. Diversity and innovation are the key factors bringing Spain back into the world wine market.
The most popular red varieties of Spain include Tempranillo and Garnacha (Grenache). Whites don't garner quite as much recognition, but there are some regional varieties not to be missed, like Albarino...
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Learn About Sherry
Sherry is a fortified wine made by adding grape spirits after ferementation. The name sherry comes from the English
attempt to say Jerez, the southwest coastal region of Spain where Sherry is made. Sherry comes in two basic styles,
fino and olorosso. The fino style is pale colored, crisp and dry, while olorosso is much darker and nuttier, and can
range from dry to...
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