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When you think of olive oil, you may think “Italy,” but Spain is actually the world’s largest producer—by far—of this liquid gold. With a local guide, visit an olive grove and production factory to learn more about this cornerstone of Spanish cuisine. You’ll also taste several Spanish wines while enjoying a tapas plate of Serrano ham and sheep’s cheese.
Tour a working olive grove and production facility
This was an interesting tour that we had with Javi. We got to try some delicious oils and wines specific to the region. There is a lot to learn. My friend and I thought that it was much too expensive for what it was however. It would be worth it at half the cost.
We learned about how olive oil making has been much mechanized from the day when olive groves had 300 workers living on site. Now reduced to 30. The olive oil tasting was delicious. Similarly the wine production is now a mixture of old and new methods. It’s too late this time of the year to see grapes being picked or olives gathered close at hand. Try the Amontillado!