Montilla-Moriles is about 150 km away from Jerez. It lies to the south of Córdoba, with the small towns of Montilla and Moriles at its centre. The region is generally a bit drier than Jerez, with more drastic diurnal shifts, less rainfall and particularly hot summers. Whilst not technically called sherry, sweet wines made in the same way are famed in Montilla, often made from the Pedro Ximenez grape in the passito method which grows better here.
The Toro Albalá family traditions date back to 1844, and their PX sherries are found at the crème de la crème dining tables around the world.