What a day, we feel privileged to be given this insight into the Catalan lifestyle and cuisine. Our guide Cesc, proved to be a passionate and knowledgable companion as he tempted our taste buds with breakfast at the rooms of sustainable farmer and notable Spanish chef Oriol Rovira, visited the farmhouse where the pork and many other products are sourced. Onto a house which incredibly housed Roman artefacts and a working water driven flour mill dating back over 1000 years in the dining room as we ate cheese produced on premise. A delicious lunch of the best of Catalan food and wine were followed by a tour of a seaside Sustainable winery producing Cava (Spanish sparkling wine) among other varieties and a generous tasting. As we took the private day long tour, it was not cheap but it was certainly worth it.
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