Spain food and wine tour
Spain is diversity: diversity of culture, cuisine, and, of course, wine. Serious wine lovers will feel at home in this country, which boasts more than a million hectares of vineyards and around 600 grape varieties. There is plenty of fine dining here as well, and you will soon realize that Spanish food is not just a meal but a cultural phenomenon. From Madrid, where you will spend your first few nights, you will head to Ribera de Duero (home of full-bodied red wines) and then La Rioja (land of charming villages and ancient wine cellars). Last stop is Barcelona, where you will finish your Spain food and wine tour by visiting wine regions like Penedes and Allela, and by tasting the divine cuisine of Spain’s most important female chef.