Online escape game

Sherry mice
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The last barrel of a rare sherry gives you a headache.
Dive into picturesque Andalusia, become a sherry expert and solve its secrets. What is it with the Sherry mice?
Your mission
An exciting reality escape mission awaits you. Play online from wherever you are via your mobile device or PC. No installation, no registration.
Your first task
The last barrel of a rare Cream Sherry was recently discovered in a bar in Chipiona. We should take a closer look at this. Can you find out its name?
Your challenge
Duration of the mission: 60 minutes.
Age: No violent scenes, recommended from 16 year-olds upwards
Level: Beginner, you can always ask for hints.
Multiplayer: Send the link to this page to other players and play this mission together. Communicate via WhatsApp or Messenger.

History

Tradition and History
The cultivation of Sherry in Andalusia has a long and rich history that dates back to Roman times. The region around Jerez de la Frontera is considered the center of Sherry production and is renowned for its unique vineyards. The tradition of Sherry cultivation has evolved over the centuries and is passed down from generation to generation. The unique climate, soil composition, and special location of the vineyards all play a crucial role.
The Sherry Mice of Jerez
A particularity of Sherry cultivation in Jerez de la Frontera is the "Sherry Mice" (Spanish: "ratones de Jerez"). These small rodents inhabit the old Sherry cellars of the region and contribute to the unique atmosphere and flavor development of Sherry. The mice consume the yeast that forms during the fermentation process, thus contributing to the maturation and flavoring of the wine. Although their influence on Sherry is debated, the Sherry Mice are a fascinating feature of traditional Sherry production in Jerez.
Sustainability and Innovation
In recent years, Sherry cultivation in Andalusia has increasingly focused on sustainability and innovation. Many wineries are adopting organic farming and environmentally friendly production methods to conserve natural resources and improve the quality of Sherry. At the same time, modern technologies and research findings are being utilized to explore new avenues in Sherry production and ensure the tradition of Sherry cultivation in Andalusia is upheld for the future.
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