Bodegas Rey Fernando de Castilla
Bodegas Rey Fernando de Castilla is named after King Fernando III of Castilla, San Fernando.First appearing in 1972 the brand was associated only to brandy.A few years later they produced a superb PX Sherry and they have never looked back. The name was revitalised in 1999 by Jan Patterson, a Norwegian with 15 years experience at Osborne and a passion for Sherry.
Based in Jerez.
The collection of sherries is made up of the finest wines from the area. Ranging from the pale, light and elegant finos to the unique Antique sherries that have won the highest national and international distinctions. This range would not be complete with out the extremely rare and old sherry vinegars that are fond in the cellars. These are bottled in limited quantities for a very demanding group of consumers. The aim of Bodegas Rey Fernando de Castilla has always been to offer the very best products from the sherry district presented in an elegant and contemporary way. Easily one of the very best producers of Sherry.
The Antique range is the absolute pinnacle of their production.