We like to celebrate sherry at Ibérica, it’s iconic to our culture and this month, we’re here to help you discover a new style or fall in love with your favourite sherry a little bit more.
As sherry is a pretty big deal for us, you’ll find more than ten different styles of sherry on our drinks list, from bone-dry Fino, to the luxuriously silky Pedro Ximenez oozing with sweet flavours.
Join us at our restaurant this May and explore the diversity of sherry wines as we serve your glass with paired nibbles or guide you through an exclusive tasting experience with our in-house sherry ambassadors.
Sherry Tour of London
We are joining the Sherry tour of London taking place throughout May all over the capital to showcase five sherry styles and their unique ability to pair with food.
Join us in all our London’s restaurants to enjoy one or two of our five selected sherries and we’ll be serving your glass alongside a complimentary paired nibble from our delicatessen.Book your table
Sherry Tasting Experience
Ibérica has just launched the first of its exclusive tasting experiences for you to dive deeper in Spain’s gastronomic culture whilst you enjoy some of the best drinks and food our restaurants have to offer. Book a fantastic sherry tasting experience at any of our venues and enjoy a flight of five sherries paired with five bites from our deli, plus a sherry cocktail of your choice as our sherry ambassador guides you through the different styles and all the secrets behind this iconic fortified wine from Spain.Book your sherry experience
Did you know?
The entire world’s sherry is produced in one small corner of western Andalucía in Spain!
This area, famously known as the ‘triangle of Jerez’, is home to three towns that produce this special fortified wine. Only wines from these areas can be certified as D.O. Jerez-Xérès-Sherry. You may find bottles of wine using the same grapes outside of this region – but you won’t see it listed as a sherry. The certified region of DO Jerez-Xérès is actually the oldest denomination of origin in Spain, dating back to 1933.