Although Bodegas Tradicion is a fairly new winery it is the successor of the oldest one in the Jerez wine producing area.
The original winery was Bodega CZ, J.M. Rivero which dated back to 1650 and was the supplier of the Royal Houses of Spain and Portugal winning many different international rewards.
Opening in the late 1990s by a descendant of the oldest sherry house the bodegas are open for viewing as well as wine and brandy tastings while viewing the considerable private art collection. It is reported to be one of the best collections of Spanish paintings in Andalusia and contains over 300 paintings, some of the works are by Grand Masters Goya and Velazquez amongst many others 15th – 20th century artists.
There are two types of unique and limited production Tradicion Brandies and six fabulous wines:
Palo Cortado VORS
Pedro Ximenez VOS
A trip to this winery will have you taking away a great choice of fine wines and brandy – if there’s any remaining.
For more information or to book a visit go to the Bodega Tradicion website.