Sherry Festival 2017

Sherry Events Nationwide
5 to 18 June

It’s back, and bigger and better than ever. The Sherry Festival is the perfect opportunity to learn more about the wines of Jerez by visiting your local independent wine merchant from 5 - 18 June.

If you love Sherry, or even if you think you don't like Sherry, then the Sherry Festival is the best time to taste and enjoy these unique wines from Andalucia in southern Spain.

Last year, over 60 different merchants took part, hosting over 700 different events. To join in this year, simply find out what's happening near you during the festival - Monday 5 June - Sunday 18 June, 2017 - and get in touch with your nearest participating merchant.

Click here to the Sherry Festival map of the UK.

What's On

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The best independent wine merchants across the UK are taking part in the 2017 Sherry Festival - with a wide range of tastings and events, including food and Sherry matching dinners, tutored tastings and, of course, lots of in-store sampling.

Merchants taking part

  • Auriol Wines (London)
  • Davy's Wine Merchant (London)
  • Hampton Cheese and Wine Company (London)
  • Highbury Vintners (London)
  • Last Drop Wines (London)
  • Lea & Sandeman Barnes (London)
  • Lea & Sandeman Chelsea (London)
  • Lea & Sandeman Chiswick (London)
  • Lea & Sandeman Kensington (London)
  • Park Vintners (London)
  • Prohibition Wines (London)
  • The Wine Parlour (London)
  • Theatre of Wine Greenwich (London)
  • Theatre of Wine Leytonstone (London)
  • Vintage 1824 (London)
  • Cambridge Wine Merchants (Midlands)
  • Connolly's Wine Merchant Solihull (Midlands)
  • Connolly's Wine Merchant Birmingham (Midlands)

Click here to see all these merchants on our Sherry Festival UK map.


Sherry Wines

Classic, Passionate & Uniquely Spanish
Vino Generoso


Vino Generoso


Vino Generoso


Vino Generoso


Vino Generoso

Palo Cortado

Vino Generoso de Licor

Pale Cream

Vino Generoso de Licor


Vino Generoso de Licor


Vino Dulce Natural


Vino Dulce Natural

Pedro Ximénez