National Geographic : 1924 Aug
188 THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE "THE SPIRIT SPECIAL" This train passes the door of each big wine cellar in Jerez, collecting its load for the daily 2 a. m . service to Cadiz pier (see text, page 185), whence some of the wine is still shipped to the United States, for medicinal and sacramental purposes. Photographs from Harriet Chalmers Adams ONE OF THE COOL, LOFTY WINE CELLARS OF JEREZ A vat in one of the largest of the Jerez bodegas (wine cellars) has a capacity of 15,000 gallons. Only white grapes are grown in this part of Spain. September is the month for gathering the fruit and pressing it.