Lunch at 3. Dinner at 10:30 or 11. It took me just a day to slide into the rhythms of Andalusia in southern Spain and become the night owl I'd always wanted to be, ending the evening past midnight with a glass of amontillado at a bar on the square.
I had planned this trip to the Sherry Triangle for months, drawn to this corner of southwestern Spain to learn more about the sherry made in one of the world's top wine regions.
The Marco de Jerez, a.k.a. the Sherry Triangle, is bounded by the towns of Jerez de la Frontera, Sanlúcar de Barrameda and El Puerto de Santa María, about 90 minutes south of Seville and just 20 or so minutes apart.
The unique fortified...