Jerez's unfortified gems

View of Jerez from Luis Perez bodega

This tasting article accompanies yesterday's Jerez's terroirists. The background to many of them has been provided by Ferran, the tasting notes by Jancis. See also Sherry's saviour?

Jancis writes These 38 unfortified wines, provisionally called vino de pasto, were tasted on four separate occasions.

There was a long morning at Willy Pérez's glamorous, modern bodega named for his father Luis Pérez overlooking the city of Jerez (shown above) at which I met five of the nine members of the Territorio Albariza group of producers. The full roster of labels in this ambitious and cohesive group is Callejuela (whose wines...