Our Favorite Wine Tastings In Seville

This blog post was originally posted on July 15th, 2016, and was updated on October 10th, 2017. 

Wine is undoubtedly a huge part of Spanish culture. Although most people think of wines produced in the north of Spain, Andalusia is quickly becoming a hub of unique, delicious wines for you to enjoy.

While perhaps best known for delicious sherries, the south of Spain also has some beautiful wines from wineries that are breaking the mould when it comes to vino production. And with cosy wine bars dotted throughout the city, it’s only right that there is also a selection of great wine tastings to participate in while you’re in the city. So pull up a chair and learn from the experts at our favorite wine tastings in Seville!

While perhaps best known for delicious sherries, the south of Spain also has some beautiful wines from wineries that are breaking the mould when it comes to vino production. And with cosy wine bars dotted throughout the city, it's only right that there are also a selection of great wine tastings to participate in while you're in the city. So pull up a chair and learn more about Spain's most popular wines along with some Andalusian specialties from the experts at our favorite wine tastings in Seville!

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Flor de Sal Vinos

In business since 2010, Flor de Sal Vinos hosts fascinating wine tastings almost daily for you to enjoy. And with a selection of the 80+ wines sold on site, what’s there not to love? Expert locals will talk you through a tasting of 4 to 6 different wines. Expect to try Spanish classics, Andalusian specialties and a selection of local bites. You’ll leave armed with new knowledge on the intricacies of Spanish wine, along with how to best pair your favorite drink.

Group tasting inquiries can be made via the website or by email ([email protected]),  and are available in Spanish, English & German. Or, to really expand your knowledge of Spanish wine, you can even sign up to specialized wine courses. They are between 6-16 hours long and help you to fully understand each unique type of Spanish wine and the differences between them.

Address: Calle Carlos Cañal, 46

Rioja may be the King of Spanish reds on an international level, but a wine tasting in Seville can show you some interesting (and delicious) local alternatives
We love trying some full-bodied, flavourful reds on our wine tastings in Seville!

Azotea Vinos & Mas

Part of the ever-expanding Azotea franchise in Seville, the Vinos & Mas store near the Alameda neighborhood hosts a number of regular wine tastings. Along with tasting a number of delicious wines, you can also try some foodie delights, such as local cheeses and meats. What’s interesting about this tasting is the special emphasis on Andalusian and Californian varieties.

The wine tastings are typically free, but you’ll inevitably want to buy some bottles to take home yourself! Check out the website for further details and prepare yourself for one of our favorite wine tastings in Seville!

Address: Conde de Barajas, 12

All the best wine tastings in Seville provide hams and cheeses to perfectly pair with your drink
No wine tasting would be complete without some delicious nibbles to pair with your vino!

Our Wine Tasting in a Gourmet Shop

Our wine tasting experience is just the thing for someone looking for an overall introduction to Spanish wine. We’ll head to one of our favorite gourmet wine shops in the city and taste six different wines. You’ll experience the whole spectrum of Spanish wine and learn how to drink wine like a true local. From boisterous red to local white, bone dry sherry to sweet vermouth – you’ll try them all. Of course, each sip will be paired with an appropriate nibble and you’ll enjoy the company of one of our dedicated wine experts. You’ll also get a whole host of recommendations for the remainder of your time in the city, so you can use your new found skills to take on the complex tapas and wine scene of Seville.

The great thing about the wine tastings in Seville is the variety and the excitement of trying something unexpected, like these amazing whites - dry, elegant and so tasty!
Spain may be famous for its reds, but there are amazing white wines to enjoy here too.

Flores Gourmet

If you’re looking for an informal place to try some local wines before you buy, head to Flores Gourmet. The shop brings to life the old abacería tradition where locals would swing by and taste some of the finest produce available before making their purchase. With a huge selection of wines from all over Spain, you’re bound to find something you’ll absolutely love.

Although official tastings can be organized through the website, you can also just pop into the shop unannounced. There, you can sip some wine and pick the brain of the expert staff on which is the best variety for you. They’ll even help you pick out some local cheeses, olives and ham products to pair with your newly acquired drink.

Address: Calle San Pablo, 24

If you want more than just a tasting, why not join our Tapas & Wine Tasting Tour in Seville? This walking tour takes you through the city, exploring the complex tapas scene of Seville, along with the fascinating history of wine in Spain.

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