The Sherry Triangle

The Sherry Triangle
'The Sherry Triangle' is about sherry; how it is made, who makes it, where it is made, what it is and when it arrived in Spain. It looks at the product itself and the towns and area in which it is found. In time it covers a period from beyond 1000 BC right up to the present day. In space it covers 140 square kilometres of Andalucia bounded by the towns of Jerez de la Frontera, Sanlúcar de Barrameda and El Puerto de Santa Maria. It does much more than just scratch the surface. The book is lavishly illustrated with photographs taken by the authors.
Destination includes p & p

Authors Profile

Nick Nutter Nick Nutter
Nick Nutter was born and raised in Lancashire. At the age of seventeen years he joined the Fleet Air Arm as an anti submarine helicopter observer and subsequently became the youngest officer in the Royal Navy to wear ‘wings’. That career was followed by twenty two years in the Lancashire Constabulary, fourteen of which were on detached, village beats. He and his partner, Julie Evans, moved to Spain in the year 2000. They started a business, Duquesa Business Centre and a website design company. Duquesa Business Centre was sold in 2005 and is to this day a successful business. In the year 2004 they created a magazine, ‘Andalucia Life’ that, over the following five years, became the best read magazine onthe Costa del Sol. The magazine was sold in 2011. In 2010 Nick and Julie bought a failing business and developed Estepona Port Business and Internet Centre that they sold in 2015. Now they are concentrating on a community site, www.visit-andalucia.com, their webdesign business, www.wecandu.com and producing travelogues about Andalucia. Their first eBook, ‘The Sherry Triangle’ was published in November 2015.