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Visited in August 2019. Only Sherry bodegas we visited as only 3 day visit. Went to see what tours were on, there was one in english at different times so picked one of those. You can pay to just visit and then you can add...More
It takes 2 hours for the trip and if you buy tickets via the bus tour it takes an extra 45 mins on the bus.
You pay an extra €3 each for a couple of glasses of wine and a SMALL plate of tapas at...More
Having chosen to visit Jerez for the sherry we felt that a visit to tio pepe/Gonzalez Byass a must see. We paid the extra for the extra 2 glasses with tapas. I'm glad we had the extra glasses because it was good to be able...More
Got our entry as part of our City Sightseeing Bus ticket (bus only was 13 euros, with tour of bodegas 17 euros) If we had paid full price at the bodegas it was 16 euros, so very good value as part of the bus ticket....More
Interesting looking round the bodega, but a great deal of the actual production isn't part of the tour - lots of rooms full of barrels mainly.
Definitely focussed on tourists, rather than really going into any detail of the winemaking aspects - these are briefly...More
We visited as an extra to the big red bus tour - the most cost effective way I think. Bus tour is 15 euros, but with wine tasting it is only 17. Entrance to the Bodega alone is 16 euros so the bus tour wins...More
It was a great day in Jerez and we were there to visit the sherry winery.
Great history and a knowledgeable tour guide was to make a great learning experience. Lovely sherry tasting and tapas at the end of the tour.
We visited during a trip to Jerez.
Our party consisted of a late teenager and an 11 year old.
Both enjoyed the Bodega tour. It was informative and pitched at all age groups.
We had the tapas and 4 sherries afterwards. It was good to...More
I spent an excellent couple of hours with our charming guide Lucy as she took us around this Bodega or distillery. Not surprisingly what looked like Cathedrals filled with barrels (all smelling lovely) were seen and even a Royal and Celebrities cellar (Bodega) contained 1000s...More
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Sorry, I can't answer that great accuracy as I drove up from Cadiz but looking at a street map of Jerez from the RENFE train station to the Tio Pepe bodegas you have close to a two mile walk which for some is not a big walk... More
Sorry, I can't answer that great accuracy as I drove up from Cadiz but looking at a street map of Jerez from the RENFE train station to the Tio Pepe bodegas you have close to a two mile walk which for some is not a big walk, the problem is navigating the many small streets between the station and the Tio Pepe bodegas which would make it very confusing. I would suggest that taking a taxi from the station is the best bet for you.