Herederos de Argueso Jerez-Xeres-Sherry Pedro Ximenez

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The bodegas de Herederos de Argueso was founded in 1822 by Don Leon de Argueso yArgueso, who moved south from his hom...

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Winemaker's Notes:

The bodegas de Herederos de Argueso was founded in 1822 by Don Leon de Argueso yArgueso, who moved south from his home town of Arija, near Burgos in Northern Spain, to the muchwarmer climate of Andalucia. The town of Sanlucar de Barrameda, whose vineyards lay on albarizachalky soil, has its own unique micro-climate influenced by the moist warm breeze of the Atlantic. Inmoving to his new home, Argueso bought a warehouse and dedicated himself to winemaking, witha strong specialization in the production of manzanilla. Over time, he acquired new vineyards andincorporated other wineries in the area, allowing a gradual increase and a gradual consolidation in thegeographical area covered by the province of Cadiz, and in general Western Andalusia.

The bodegas de Herederos de Argueso was founded in 1822 by Don Leon de Argueso yArgueso, who moved south from his home town of Arija, near Burgos in Northern Spain, to the muchwarmer climate of Andalucia. The town of Sanlucar de Barrameda, whose vineyards lay on albarizachalky soil, has its own unique micro-climate influenced by the moist warm breeze of the Atlantic. Inmoving to his new home, Argueso bought a warehouse and dedicated himself to winemaking, witha strong specialization in the production of manzanilla. Over time, he acquired new vineyards andincorporated other wineries in the area, allowing a gradual increase and a gradual consolidation in thegeographical area covered by the province of Cadiz, and in general Western Andalusia.

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