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Tips on what to Eat, Drink and Savor in Spain

written by Gabriella Opaz | 7th December 2017

Sam Zucker is far from a Spanish native, but his passion and dedication to Spain has been profound. For years, he’s written on Catavino, not only infusing his writing with his love of food and wine, but for discovering the undiscovered nooks and crannies of Spain. (header photo by Sam Zucker) Sam Zucker’s Top 5 Tips for Spain and...

Top 10 Neighborhoods to Visit while in Barcelona

written by Sam Zucker | 16th May 2016

Barcelona may seem large and daunting at first approach, with its maze of windy cobbled alleyways; but after awhile, it suddenly feels like home. Streets untangle into a patterned network and neighborhoods (barrios) that once seemed remote are just a short walk away. From the Medieval and Roman history of the Ciutat Vella to the sunny squares in Gràcia and the grand...
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Barcelona Market Tour & Cooking Class

On this four hour Barcelona Cooking Class and Market Tour, you’ll have the rare opportunity to ease your way into...

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Barcelona Romantic Gourmet Tour

Barcelona is an international, cosmopolitan city that blurs the lines between quaint Mediterranean port and modern, bustling metropolis. The...

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Penedes Wine Tour

This chauffeured excursion is for wine lovers visiting Barcelona and seeking out a VIP experience. The ancient wine region of...

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The Best Places to Eat Calçots in Barcelona

written by Sam Zucker | 26th January 2016

In the Catalan countryside surrounding Barcelona, young, sweet onions break ground in mid-winter, growing tall and pale in the rich Mediterranean soil packed around their roots. The fertile earth guards the tender white shoots from the sun, leaving them delicate, delicious, and ready for grilling. Calçots—as these indigenous winter onions are known in the Catalan language—are one of the...

5 Cozy Places to Eat & Drink in Barcelona in Winter

written by Sam Zucker | 23rd November 2015

The winter months in Barcelona are fast approaching, and with them will come humid cold and a touch of rain. While the typical tiled-floor, big-windowed, wooden-chaired restaurant or bar is the norm in Barcelona, you can also find plenty of places to pass a cozy afternoon or evening with a plate of great food and a tea, coffee, wine,...

5 Fantastic Hikes in Catalunya for Food Lovers

written by Sam Zucker | 2nd November 2015

Beyond the urban hive of Barcelona, the natural wonders of Catalunya await. Mountains, vineyards, forests, and coastlines; the region has it all! Hiking is a popular pastime here and should be at the top of the list for any visitor with a passion for both recreation and authentic cuisine, as the best hiking destinations traverse towns and villages of...

Escape to Alella: Come Savor this Small but Mighty Spanish Wine Region

written by Melissa Leighty | 5th October 2015

“You can see that these are smaller, and they form more of a cone-like shape than the traditional round clusters you’re used to seeing,” she says pointing to a delicate looking bunch of grapes hanging from a sturdy vine. “That’s because they’re Chardonnay grapes, while the ones on our left are Pansa Blanca.” The grapes glow green-gold in the...
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