. The view from the top of Seville Cathedral’s bell tower, the Islamic-inflected Giralda, is one of the Andalucían capital’s most arresting sights. The cloudless sky adds a shimmer to the brown and white shades of the city’s architecture and the distant clip-clop of horse-drawn carriages resonating on the Plaza del Triunfo below.
SPAIN is the only country in Europe with a desert – 280 sq km of it called the Tabernas to be precise – so a vineyard is perhaps the last thing you would expect to find there. But when he arrived in Andalucía over 25 years ago, entrepreneurial vintner Juan Perez