When his majesty, Charles V., came to Jerez (so the story goes) they offered him a rich wine.
In this decision the opposing candidates, Salazar and Jerez, acquiesced.
To the west we distinguish Jerez, 40 miles away, and beyond it the shining Atlantic.
Xatruch, Jerez, and Zavala were acting with the enemies of their country.
The area of the choice vignobles around Jerez is some 12,000 acres, divisible into four classes according to geological formation.
Even Jerez with its 60,000 inhabitants boasts no suburban zone.
People applaud the garbo or donayre of a duchess, the salero of an actress, the zandunga of a gipsy of Jerez.
Wild-bred cattle, many of them destined for the bull-rings of Jerez or Seville.
Every building in Jerez is washed with lime, and in the sunlight the brilliancy is dazzling.
Jerez and another brave joyfully accepted the invitation, and at daybreak the waggon drove off.