Sherry Triangle Tour

From the Grape to the Glass


  • Tours in the three towns of the Sherry Triangle: El Puerto de Santa Maria, Sanlucar de Barrameda, and Jerez de la Frontera
  • Vineyard visit and wine-tasting course – learn to appreciate Sherry like a pro
  • Visits to some of the most famous local bodegas such as Barbadillo and Osborne
  • Contrast modern Sherries with some of the oldest producers in the world
  • Local cuisine to pair with different sherries, perfectly complementing your new-found knowledge


Trip Profile

4 Days / 3 Nights
Best Time To Visit:
All Year Round
Tour Dates/Days:
Group Size:
Min: 2
Max: 20
Wine & Sherry Tasting Jerez

Tour Summary

The “Sherry Triangle” has a climate that is unique in the world, enhancing the distinctive qualities of the three grapes used: Palomino, Pedro Ximenez and Moscatel.

With Jerez as our base, we reveal the identity, traditions and unique culture that exists in the Sherry Triangle, uncovering the secrets of the region: small vineyards, a wide selection of wineries, colourful markets and handpicked local restaurants will be the highlights of this exclusive cultural gourmet tour.

This is a true TOMA & COE special, with total comfort, authentic experiences, and gourmet meals being at the forefront of our planning.

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We begin our journey at a viña or vineyard, to find out why the best wines cannot be produced without the best grapes in the right soil, and from there we will follow the journey of the wine right through from the grape to the glass.


  • El Puerto de Santa Maria with sherry tasting and gourmet meal
  • Sanlúcar de la Barrameda with sherry tasting and gourmet meal
  • Jerez de la Frontera with sherry tasting and gourmet meal

Our journey through bodegas and vineyards is complimented by cultural side trips, and of course glorious food.


From Malaga we head to our base in Jerez.

Malaga has direct flights from the USA, Europe and beyond. It is reachable from Madrid on the high-speed AVE train which takes under 3 hours.


We return to our base in Malaga.

If you wish to carry on your tour of Andalucia from Jerez, the train to Seville takes around an hour.


Please enquire for prices

As TOMA & COE is a bespoke travel agency working with private clients and small groups, prices may vary slightly according to the time of year.


  • Accommodation with buffet breakfasts
  • Lunches and dinners as indicated each day in the detailed itinerary with water, wine and beer.
  • Vineyard visits and professional Sherry masterclass.
  • Local Spanish-speaking tour manager accompanying the group with room/board
  • Entrance fees at sights mentioned in the itinerary
  • Guided walks with your tour guides as mentioned

Costs are based on double occupancy/a minimum of two guests

Frequently Asked Questions

Where is the sherry triangle?
The Sherry Triangle is in the Cadiz province of Andalucia. It is known for its production of sherry, a fortified wine. The cities of Jerez de la Frontera, Sanlucar de Barrameda and El Puerto de Santa Maria are the points on the triangle.

What is the best sherry in Spain?
As with all food and drink this really is a matter of personal taste. However, some of the best sherries come from the three towns of the Sherry Triangle. On our tour, you will get to taste sherries from five bodegas so you can choose!

What is the most popular Spanish sherry?
The top selling brands are Tio Pepe and La Ina. Within Spain the Manzanilla from Sanlúcar de Barrameda – which is pale and dry – outsells other sherries.

Is sherry drunk before, during or after a meal?
Generally, sherry is an aperitivo drunk before a meal. It is popular in many Spanish bars at ‘tapas hour’, around 6pm, enjoyed with olives or almonds. That’s not to say you won’t find some people drinking it after the meal.

Is sherry more alcoholic than normal wine?
Yes, as sherry is a fortified wine, it has a higher alcohol content between 15% and 20% ABV.



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