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3 Wine tasting trips through Spain

Find a Wine tasting trip that explores Spain. There are 3 tours to choose from, that range in length from 4 days up to 4 days. The most popular month for these tours is March, which has the most tour departures.

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3 Wine tasting trips through Spain

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Highlights

  • Wine-taste your way through the exciting Catalonian heartland of Penedes.
  • Discover the intimate relationship between food, wine and culture in the historic city of Montserrat.
  • Enjoy an authentic Catalonian meal accompanied by sparkling wine in the scenic seaside village of Sitges.
  • Learn the process of winemaking on a wine cellar visit in the Alella region.
  • Taste the youthful, modern tones of Girona wines and let it awaken your senses.
  • Soak up medieval history of Tossa de Mar and sample rich, traditional Catalonian dishes like paella and tapas.
  • Wrap your tastebuds around some world-famous ‘cava’ in Sant Sadurni d’Anoia. It is Catalonia’s special contribution to the world of wines.
  • Feed both body and mind at the El Toboso Village, the land of Don Quixote, where you can sample high quality wine and while watching the hypnotic windmills.

Tips

  • Wine tasting is not just about drinking wine, it’s about taking your palette on a wonderful journey of discovery.
  • Always hold your wine glass by the stem as holding it by the bulb will heat it up and change the flavour.
  • Hold your glass against a white light or background, if possible, to identify the exact colour of the liquid.
  • Swirl wine around in the glass to allow it to react with the oxygen in the air. This process is believed to unleash flavour.
  • Common wine scents include floral, earthy, fruity, herbal and spice-like.
  • Most red wines will have small grainy sediment at the bottom. This does not indicate a problem with the wine.
  • You can either swallow or spit the wine in the spittoons provided.
  • Cleanse your palette by sipping water in-between tastings.