Jerez de la Frontera

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 (hĕ-rĕs′, -rĕth′) also Jerez de la Fron·te·ra (dĕ lä frōn-tĕ′rä, thĕ)
A city of southwest Spain northeast of Cádiz. It was held by the Moors from 711 to 1264 and has long been noted as a center of viniculture, especially for its production of sherry.
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Noun1.Jerez de la Frontera - a city in southwestern Spain that is famous for making sherryJerez de la Frontera - a city in southwestern Spain that is famous for making sherry
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Croft sherry is traditioanl type of sherry served at Christmas Jerez de la Frontera is one of Spain's main sherry producing regions
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Niki also is looking at expanding its leisure network, with destinations like Olbia, Jerez de la Frontera and Cagliari under consideration.
99, the sherry was created over a period of several years and derives from the Palomino grapes selected from the sun-soaked vineyards of Jerez de la Frontera near the South West coast of Spain
Jerez de la Frontera in the province of Cadiz is one of Spain's most important wine regions and produces the country's well-known sherries.
In Andalucia, sherry is made from the Palomino grape, in the area of Jerez de la Frontera, in southern Spain.
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It's made from the Palomino grape in a strictly demarcated area near Jerez de la Frontera, near Cadiz in southern Spain.
Flamenco occupies a cherished place in Andalucian culture, and the city of Jerez de la Frontera is widely regarded as its birthplace and spiritual home.