Went on this tour with some friends. Andres provided interesting inside knowledge in some of the wine and food cultures, visited some interesting places and had a very enjoyable, entertaining and fun evening.
Meet your guide at a central location in Madrid. Stroll to a traditional tavern and sample the city’s characteristic aperitif, “vermut de grifo,” along with olives and a fish tapa. Next, head to a ham bar for an authentic taste of “jamón ibérico de bellota,” as well as lomo, chorizo, and salchichon. Pair with a glass of Spanish white wine and savor their complementary flavors.
Next, try a typical Spanish omelet, coupled with a glass of Manzanilla fino sherry.
Stroll further into Old Madrid, admiring its cobblestone paths and then arrive at your next destination, ready to indulge in “Presa Iberica,” regarded the best cut of Iberian pork. Pair with a Spanish red and relish the luxury, before concluding the evening with two gourmet dessert wines.
When fully satiated, bid your guide farewell at your initial point of departure, leaving with recommendations for the rest of your trip.
We loved our evening doing the Madrid tapas and wine walking tour. Andres was an excellent guide and used his local knowledge to source some delicious food and incredible wines. We were extremely impressed by the wine selection and andres’s knowledge of the wines. The...More
This tour was recommended by a friend and we were not disappointed. We headed off on Andres’ tour within hours of arriving in Madrid, which was the perfect way to get to know the city. During the course of the night, Andres took us to...More
I went on this tour by myself (as my friend couldn't make it), and Andres was very responsive by email, and a lovely gentleman with great taste! The food was delicious, well paired with the wine, and he showed us a lot of Spanish drinks,...More
My husband and I went on this tour with Andres on Aug,, 29, 2018. When booking, we thought is was mostly about the delicious Spanish food, but we happily found out it was equally (if not more so) about the vino! There were three other...More