Five Small Towns in Spain Every Foodie Needs to Visit!
written by Sam Zucker | 13th April 2015
The tour takes place in La Sierra de Aracena, famous for Jamón Serrano and Chestnut forests, stunning natural beauty and total tranquility. This unique 5 day tour will highlight Spanish cooking, walking through unspoiled nature and exploring small little pueblos dotted across Andalucia. The house where we will be based is a marvel in itself; a true credit to its adventurous and visionary owners who built it from scratch over 30 years ago. It sits atop a crest like a jewel in a crown and enjoys immense peace and quiet. The house will become one of your fondest memories of this holiday, alongside our chef who is gourmet trained and is both engaging and entertaining! Produce will be sourced locally, as will Iberian Pork, mountain lamb, and game when available. In short, this is not a tour to miss out on!
“It’s not easy to plan a wine trip, especially for a group that expects a high level of wine communication, education, and experience. Ryan Opaz and the team at Catavino exceeded all expectations in my first visit to the Douro. The knowledge base they represented, the contacts they have, and the professionalism they exhibited is of the highest caliber. Beyond that, and possibly most importantly, Ryan was simply a blast to travel with.”
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