Bodegas Osborne is a Spanish family company belonging to the Osborne Group and has 200 years of history, dating back to 1772, which makes the Osborne family own one of the oldest companies in the world. This unique place where you can learn the process of making the famous wines of Jerez. The visitor, accompanied by expert guides, will learn about the Osborne family, the different wines produced in this warehouse and the most appropriate pairing for each.
In 1956, for an an advertising campaign, it was created a silhouette of a bull of about 14m high, that was standing over hills representing the whole Spanish geography. Although it was created to advertise the brand, the bull eventually became part of the landscapes of the country and became a cultural symbol in Spain that, in recent years and with the increase of the anti-bullfighting groups, it has become something somewhat controversial.
Across the courtyard, you will get to the winery that has more than 600 barrels in its facilities, where guided tours are conducted. In them, the story of this family, the process and aging of the famous Vinos de Jerez is explained in detail.
At the end of the tour, nothing better than tasting these excellent wines while eating delicious Iberian sausages. Also, you will witness a demonstration of the art of “venenciar”, which is pouring the wine directly into the cup with a spoon-like instrument, but longer. This can become fun when they let attendees try it.
Information about Bodegas Osborne
Visites with guide and wine tasting – with previous booking
Visite in english: 10:30 h.
Viste in spanish: 12:00 h.
Visite in german: 12:30 h.