Insider’s Spain Gourmet Tour

5-12 November, 2017

Gourmet Tour Brand

This seven day tour offers a gourmet overview of central and southern Spain, allowing you to see, taste and breathe the wonders the country has to offer. We visit wonderfully diverse landscapes in Castile and Leon, Extremadura and Andalucia, beginning and ending in Madrid.

Insider’s Spain Gourmet Tour

5-12 November, 2017

Highlights

  • Dehesa La Granja is top winemaker Alejandro Fernandez’s country estate near Toro
  • Almaroja is an artisan producer of wine made from the little known Juan Garcia grape
  • La Zorra produces quality wines from the Rufete grape (93 Parket points)
  • Santa Marina is spectacularly situated on the site of an old Roman vineyard in Extremadura (91 Parker)
  • Lustau is a top sherry producer since 1896
  • Fernando de Castilla is one of the oldest bodegas in Jerez
    (93-95 Parker points)
  • Dinner at Madrid’s opulent 2* Michelin restaurant, Club Allard
  • Long lunches at the wineries of Dehesa La Granja, La Zorra, Santa Marina
  • Insider’s Madrid gourmet tapas tour of Madrid, prize-winning tapas with a twist in Seville
  • Prize-winning jamon tasting at Guijuelo, one of the world’s great ham locations
  • Jabugo ham tasting and dinner at the historic Taberna del Alabadero
  • Taste of Andalucia; tapas and sherry pairing in Jerez

What's Included & Extensions

The price includes all accommodation, visits and tastings at wineries, an expert guide, all breakfasts and 6 lunches and 6 dinners during the trip (for other meals you are free to make your own plans), all wine at meals, local transport and VAT.
Flights, insurance, tips and incidental extras are not included. Single Supplement $500

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Cash Price
(per person sharing)
$3,650.00

  • Euro Price
    €3300
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  • GBP Price
    £2875
These prices are for information purposes only. If you would like to pay in Euro or GBP, please email us on
info@iberianwinetours.com

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Joanna Wivell

Spain has always had a strong attraction for Joanna. While she was studying in Andalusia, she was drawn to flamenco and this in turn led her to explore the Spanish way of life. After working in television in the U.K., she travelled extensively for two years’ in Asia and Latin America where she always sought the hidden treasures.

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