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Bizkaia

Mina

Located in a small and discreet locale with views of the river and the revamped La Ribera market in Bilbao, Mina stands above an entrance gallery to the old San Luis iron mine. This industrial past, which has forged the landscape and character of the ...

634 Bizkaia

Cádiz

El Espejo Gastrobar

Lately, I am weary whenever I see the word gastrobar next to the name of a locale — you never know what you might find on the plate (and on the bill), but in the case of El Espejo, in Sanlúcar’s Barrio Alto, there is no reason to worry. It...

633 Cádiz

Zaragoza

El Palomeque

What do you want or expect from a restaurant in Aragón? A focus on local, seasonal produce and a wine list that draws on the wealth of fantastic wines – above all Garnacha – from some of the most undervalued appellations in Spain – Calatayud, Car...

632 Zaragoza

Barcelona

Vinòmic

In the early years of the 20th century, La Garriga was a fashionable place among the Catalan burgeoise who went there to take the waters and lived in the beautiful modernista mansions that they had built for themselves in this quiet village in the Vallè...

631 Barcelona

Cádiz

Joselito Huerta

Our host in Jerez pulled a wry face when we announced we planned to spend a whole day in Sanlúcar de Barrameda at the mouth of the River Guadalquivir: “The town is very small, and there’s not a lot to do”, she warned. We shrugged, and set off anyw...

630 Cádiz

Girona

Maran

I’ve loved Barcelona for a while now, delighting in its lively markets, terrific wine bars, richly varied restaurant offer and the Mediterranean lapping gently at the feet of the Platja del Bogatell. Tarragona is a more recent discovery, and I can forg...

629 Girona

Cantabria

La Casona del Judío

Sergio Bastard (pronounced with the stress on the last 'a') was meant to be a lawyer, but after doing the entry exam to study at prestigious Luis Irizar cooking school in San Sebastián, he realized that his real call was in the kitchens and abandoned th...

628 Cantabria

Gipuzkoa

Dolarea

A blackboard behind the counter at Dolarea informs clients that one of the wines of the week is 7 Fuentes, the red wine that Suertes del Marqués makes in Valle de La Orotava in Tenerife. It might not be much in wine-savvy taverns and bars in Madrid or B...

627 Gipuzkoa

Álava

Marqués de Riscal

The titanium plates on the roof of Marqués de Riscal hide the most exclusive restaurant of this five-star hotel designed by Canadian architect Frank Gehry in Elciego, in the heart of Rioja Alavesa. Undoubtedly, the design is part of the attraction of th...

626 Álava

Madrid

Wine Attack

Wine Attack is a new wine store in Madrid entirely devoted to natural wines. Under such a provocative name and featuring a logo of a bottle turned into a canyon, it also operates as a wine bar on weekends. Its central location, near Comendadoras Square i...

625 Madrid

La Rioja

La Vieja Bodega

Located in an old 17th century cellar, this restaurant in Casalarreina, very close to Haro in La Rioja, was lovingly restored after the fire that destroyed the building in 2001. It feels homely despite its large size thanks to its tasteful decor, the woo...

624 La Rioja

Madrid

La Raquetista

La Raquetista, the bar-restaurant in the Retiro district of Madrid opened just over a year ago and has already hit most of the “best of” lists in the capital. Owned by the Aparicio brothers behind Cachivache in the barrio Salamanca, it combines a fr...

623 Madrid

Barcelona

La Festival

Maybe as a reaction against the standardization of shops in general or because of the obvious gentrification of the Gràcia district in Barcelona, the number of businesses trying to balance modernity and tradition selling local products has risen exponen...

622 Barcelona

Tarragona

Miravall

In 2013 Ricard Vidal took over the family restaurant in Batea, a town in the heart of the Terra Alta wine region. His parents had started the business in the mid-1990s –his mother worked in the kitchen and his father looked after the customers. Ricard ...

621 Tarragona

Madrid

Vinoteca Tierra

Since it opened its doors in 2014, this wine store tucked inside Mercado de la Paz in Barrio de Salamanca, a well-heeled district in the centre of Madrid, opted to go off the beaten track and skip the sort of wines you’d expect to find in an area boast...

620 Madrid

Madrid

ERA Espacio Gastronómico

Size is not important when it comes to discovering good food, a fact that is obvious in this small corner on the second floor of Barceló Market, in the centre of Madrid. What’s important is a generous dose of energy, good produce in the kitchen and pa...

619 Madrid

Santa Cruz de Tenerife

Cumai

Curro in the kitchen and María in the front-of-house are the couple behind Cumai, a tiny and pleasant restaurant located in a colonial style house in the centre of La Orotova, in the north of Tenerife. Their move from Barcelona to the Canary Islands ...

618 Santa Cruz de Tenerife

Barcelona

Més de Vi

Més de Vi, a small wine bar which opened three years ago in Barcelona’s trendy Poblenou district down near the Port Olímpic, is my kind of place. Situated on a narrow, traffic-free street just behind the Rambla de Poblenou, it’s about the size of a...

617 Barcelona

Valladolid

Majuelos Singulares

“Exciting wines, terroir wines” are the words emblazoned on the sign above the entrance to this small shop in the centre of Valladolid and that is exactly the philosophy of its owner, Julio Díez, a former commercial director at Bodega Cámbrico in t...

616 Valladolid

Madrid

Taberna Laredo

Laredo has long been one of Madrid’s top destinations for food and, particularly, wine. In fact, whenever any winemakers I know come to the capital, I’ll usually get a message saying, “We’re in Laredo” at some point. So, what are the secrets...

615 Madrid

Girona

Vins i Licors Grau

Standing outside the huge, stone-faced wine emporium in Palafrugell that is Grau today, it’s hard to imagine that this thriving operation began in 1951 as a tiny bar-cum-bodega in the centre of town, where local customers would stand in line ready to f...

614 Girona

Valladolid

Villa Paramesa

Just 100 meters away from Plaza Mayor (main square) in Valladolid, right in the heart of the city, Villa Paramesa is a fun and slightly different choice in a region where traditional products (and wines) tend to be overwhelmingly present. With José i...

612 Valladolid

Cantabria

El Cenador de Amós

Cantabria in northern Spain offers countless idyllic sceneries and El Cenador de Amós, located in an imposing 18th century mansion, is surrounded by the green colours that define the area around Villaverde de Pontones, a small quiet village nestled betw...

611 Cantabria

Madrid

Taberna Verdejo

This cosy bistro located in a narrow side street a few metres away from the bustling Goya and Príncipe de Vergara crossroads in the centre of Madrid is a nice little discovery. The place is tiny with just enough room for four tables, a few stools and a ...

610 Madrid

Girona

Pera Batlla

Andalusia-born chef-patron Antonia Quiñones moved her restaurant and kitchen garden here from nearby Ventalló in 2011 and has never looked back. There’s a gorgeous shaded terrace for long summer evenings with views out over the stream that once drove...

609 Girona

Sevilla

Manolo Cateca

Occupying a corner behind calle Sierpes, right in the heart of Seville, Manolo Cateca is a traditional tavern with colorful Triana tiles, an old wooden counter and sherry butts adorning the wall behind the bar. Current owner Manuel Rodríguez, whom ev...

608 Sevilla

Madrid

Kabuki Wellington

Boasting a Michelin star and the distinctive Japanese-Mediterranean fusion cuisine practiced by chef Ricardo Sanz, there is no doubt that Kabuki Wellington has put together one of the best wine lists in Madrid. The flagship restaurant in a group which ha...

607 Madrid

Cádiz

Tabanco El Guitarrón

Its clients are not the workers who used to drop by for a glass of wine before earning the day’s pay on the vineyards, but both El Guitarrón and the rest of tabancos in Jerez still maintain that laid-back style that these traditional bars must have ha...

606 Cádiz

Madrid

Bodega Santa Cecilia

A Madrid-based wine merchant with a long-standing tradition, its origins date back to the old bodega managed by Pedro Santa Cecilia Muñoz since 1922. In 1968 his son Pedro Santa Cecilia Berlinches created what the family says is "the first self-service ...

605 Madrid

Cáceres

Atrio

Considered to be one of Spain’s most impressive temples of wine, the cellar in Atrio, a restaurant managed by partners Toño Pérez and José Polo, stores on their silent shelves around 35,000 bottles and 3,600 selections from across the world. The ...

604 Cáceres

Valladolid

El Buen Gusto Vinos

Located in Valladolid, El Buen Gusto Vinos is a key player in the wine scene of this beautiful city in Castilla y León. Owner Fructuoso Prieto aka Fortu inherited his passion for wine from his father who still runs a wine store in the city centre. Toget...

603 Valladolid

Barcelona

Maitea

Neither Nico (economist) nor his brother Andrés (gardener) ever imagined that the passion for food instilled by their amatxo (affectionate Basque word for mum) would ever be nothing more than a hobby, but the premature death of his parents, Maite and Ca...

602 Barcelona

Sevilla

La Mojigata

Located on the corner of a small street in central Seville, behind Hotel Colón —a favorite among bullfighters staying in town— La Mojigata is a tapas bar with a twist and one that stands apart from the standard offer in the Andalusian capital. Al...

601 Sevilla

Barcelona

Moritz Bistrot de Vins

The re-opening of the historic 19th century Moritz factory in the Sant Antoni neighborhood of Barcelona was greatly heralded back in December, 2011. It has since gone on to be a destination for both visitors and locals alike featuring a small brewery whe...

600 Barcelona

Madrid

Lúa

After having been awarded its first Michelin star in November, it seems that last year’s revamp to create a casual bar area on the ground floor is bearing fruit. If it is your first time at Lua’s don’t feel intimidated by the solid, old wooden d...

599 Madrid

Navarra

Hostal Remigio

One of life’s greatest and simplest pleasures is eating fresh seasonal produce and this is devotedly practiced in the restaurant of Hostal Remigio. A classic establishment located next to the main square in Tudela (Navarra), it is easily recognizable f...

598 Navarra

Madrid

Angelita Madrid

Brothers Mario and David Villalón are back in the restaurant scene in Madrid after a hiatus of a few months when they moved from El Padre, their former restaurant located in the city’s chic Salamanca district. It’s been worth waiting for their new v...

597 Madrid

Alicante

La Taberna del Gourmet

A well-established 40-year old venture, the Gourmet Group is a small culinary empire in Alicante led by former handball goalkeeper José Perramón, his wife María José San Román and their children. It comprises four restaurants: Monastrell, which has ...

596 Alicante

Madrid

Taberna Palo Cortado

Wines in the Sherry Triangle are going through a renaissance. New York sommeliers serve them in cocktails or by the glass and Sherry bars spring up in London making words like Fino en Rama or Amontillado part of the vocabulary of many consumers who have ...

595 Madrid

Navarra

Restaurante Merindad de Olite

Merindad de Olite Hotel is an attractive accommodation within the walled old town of Olite in Navarra where visitors are instantly taken back to past times. But the Celayeta brothers, Álvaro and Gonzalo, are also wine lovers, so in 2013 they renewed ...

594 Navarra

La Rioja

Kiro Sushi

Kiro Sushi’s owner and chef was born and bred in Rioja, but the look and feel —and specially the quietness— of this new restaurant are a thousand miles away from the usual hustle and bustle of nearby calle Laurel in Logroño or most of Spain’s ea...

593 La Rioja

UK

José Pizarro

José Pizarro is the eponymous third restaurant opened in 2015 by one of Spain’s finest exports. Extremadura-born José Pizarro moved to the UK 15 years ago, after abandoning his studies in dentistry to indulge his love of cooking at catering school i...

592 UK

Madrid

Miyama

Miyama (literally “the beautiful mountain”) is one of the few Japanese restaurants in Madrid recommended by Japanese expats in the city given its array of authentic dishes beyond their flawless sushi and sashimi. There are currently two Miyamas in...

591 Madrid

Pontevedra

Vinoteca Ribeira de Fefiñans

Cambados, a small seaside town which looks out over the Ría de Arousa in the heart of Galicia’s Rias Baixas region, is the self-styled capital of Albariño. Every year the town gives itself over to a joyous festival in honour of the celebrated grape. ...

590 Pontevedra

Madrid

Vinoteca La Mercería

This wine store located in Boadilla del Monte, in the outskirts of Madrid, bears the very atypical name of “La Mercería” (The Haberdashery). It has nothing to do with any previous activities in the facilities as it is the case with Madrid’s cult...

589 Madrid

Barcelona

La Vinícola

Despite La Vinícola being a relative newcomer to the Barcelona wine scene, the owner, Víctor Jiménez, has been around for some time. He has worked in various capacities throughout the city for the last decade and in the fall of 2014, he saw an opport...

588 Barcelona

Madrid

El Fogón de Trifón

Wine lovers will be delighted to know that this traditional and authentic restaurant in Madrid lists the whole range of wines made by Álvaro Palacios thanks to the longstanding friendship between its owner and the most media-friendly member of the Palac...

585 Madrid

La Rioja

La Bodega de Rivas

Despite Rivas de Tereso’s small size, the 15 inhabitants who officially live in this Rioja hamlet on the slopes of Sierra del Toloño have a much wider choice of places to feed their bodies and souls than many other villages in the area. The two chu...

584 La Rioja

Tarragona

Vinum Priorat

Despite Priorat being a world-renowned wine region, there are precious few wine shops located within the appellation. Each of the 12 villages that produce these wonderful wines should have a local shop to buy the village wines. Sadly, only a handful do...

583 Tarragona

Bizkaia

Bodega Urbana

Bodega Urbana is the brainchild of winemakers Ana Martín and Pepe Hidalgo who launched this project to bring wine closer to consumers. A trendy wine venue boasting large premises in Bilbao, it is within walking distance to the Euskalduna Congress & Musi...

582 Bizkaia

Barcelona

Vila Viniteca

Established since 1932 in Barcelona’s popular El Born district, Vila Viniteca has become a key player in Spain’s wine industry. The old-style flavor of this former grocery shop remains in the deli store, a must-go destination for cheese lovers thanks...

581 Barcelona

Cantabria

Bodega Cigaleña

It is easy to imagine what La Cigaleña looked like when it opened its doors for the first time in the centre of Santander in 1949. It still has that country-style décor which must have been there since Mariano and Moisesa moved there from Cigales, in t...

580 Cantabria

Barcelona

Jovani & Vins

For some time the Jovani siblings —Montsa, Robert, and Sergi— have been making their Berdié Cavas and still wines from Origami. While the Cava is based in Penedès, the Origami wines are sourced from vineyards in DOQ Priorat, DO Montsant, and DO Pen...

577 Barcelona

La Rioja

Guardaviñas Wine Bistró

When he set off on this adventure, Alberto Ruiz knew that Guardaviñas would have both good quality seasonal products and an off-beat wine list beyond the dozen Crianzas usually found in most restaurants in the Rioja capital. Barely two months have g...

576 La Rioja

Madrid

Enoteca Barolo

The brainchild of Italian and Barolo wine lover Miguel Prohens, who lived and worked as financial manager for a multinational company in Milan, and Ángel Fontes, a wine enthusiast keen to leave behind the real state sector, Barolo boasts a long list of ...

575 Madrid

London

Highbury Vintners

Located in Highbury, in northern London, this is one of the top addresses to find Spanish wines in London. An independent wine merchant, Highbury Vintners was distinguished earlier this year with Decanter's best Spanish and Portugal retailer award for th...

573 London

Málaga

Los Patios de Beatas

Those who complain about how difficult it is to drink local wines in the tourist-oriented province of Málaga, should make a note of this address in the old part of the capital. A veritable temple for wine lovers, it offers a wine list with some 450 rota...

572 Málaga

Bizkaia

Asador Etxebarri

Located in the beautiful Atxondo valley, 45 minutes south east of Bilbao, in deep rural Bizkaia in the Basque Country, Asador Etxebarri is impressive even before crossing the restaurant’s door. Protected by the imposing stone walls of Anboto mountain, ...

571 Bizkaia

Barcelona

Monvínic

Opened in 2008 by Sergi Ferrer-Salat —a renowned wine lover in Catalonia who also owns Ferrer-Bobet in Priorat— Monvínic has quickly risen to be one of the world's top wine destinations. This is admittedly hefty praise for what is at its core a win...

570 Barcelona

Madrid

Reserva y Cata

Located between Paseo de la Castellana and the lively Chueca district, Reserva y Cata is a good place to get into wine in Madrid. With around 600 to 700 wines on offer, up to 90% of which are Spanish, wine lovers will find a balanced mix of affordable, e...

569 Madrid

Cádiz

Taberna der Guerrita

“Hidden since 1978 in Sanlúcar’s Barrio Bajo”. This is Taberna der Guerrita’s catchphrase, but there are actually few sherry enthusiasts who are unaware of its existence. In fact, it is a pilgrimage destination that flor and albariza worship...

568 Cádiz

Madrid

La Fisna

"Being wine lovers and regular wine drinkers we are aware that other people like us may find great pleasure in tasting brands that are not mainstream”, says Delia Baeza, founder of this small wine store in Doctor Fourquet, a hidden and quiet street in ...

567 Madrid

Cádiz

El Campero

The food in Andalusia goes well beyond traditional pescaíto frito (fried whitebait) and that is evident at El Campero, in the coastal town of Barbate, near Cádiz. Its menu changes every year to include a large variety of fish and meat cuts, but ...

566 Cádiz

Madrid

La Tintorería

Wine geeks will undoubtedly feel at home here given La Tintorería’s focus on small producers like Raúl Pérez, David Sampedro, Rodrigo Méndez or Marc Isart. The shop, located in ...

565 Madrid

Pontevedra

Viñoteca Bagos

It is easy to pass by Viñoteca Bagos without noticing that what lies beneath the door is a little gem of a place built to enjoy good wines. Located in a basement in central Pontevedra, in northwestern Spain, the front door of the restaurant is discreet ...

564 Pontevedra

Álava

El Clarete

When brothers Unai and Patxi Fernández de Retana took over the running of El Clarete in Vitoria in 1998, their aim was clear: to serve good food and drinks to their clients. Awards and recognition were not on their minds. Perhaps this humble attitude a...

562 Álava

Bizkaia

Remenetxe

Award-winning sommelier Jon Andoni Rementeria has turned Remenetxe grill house into a great meeting point for wine lovers. Located in the Basque region of Urdaibai (Bizkaia), it is a good stopover for those visiting this beautiful area surrounding the Ge...

561 Bizkaia

Pontevedra

A Curva

The beach bars and stalls along the Portonovo waterfront do not easily give away the surprise that awaits inside Taberna A Curva, at the end of this coastal village in Galicia, in northwestern Spain. Neither the pleasant outdoor terrace nor the wood t...

560 Pontevedra

Barcelona

Bardot

To make a mention of tree-lined streets in Barcelona would be to talk about nearly every street in the city. This is why to talk specifically about Carrer Enric Granados is noteworthy. Completely closed to cars (even taxis) in the blocks that lead up t...

559 Barcelona

Gipuzkoa

Kaia-Kaipe

Established in 1962, Kaia-Kaipe is an institution among wine producers who drive the 125 kilometres (77 miles) separating Rioja from the Basque town of Getaria to revel in its large and well stocked cellar and feast on delicious fish cooked on the restau...

557 Gipuzkoa

Madrid

Lavinia Restaurante

For most wine lovers Lavinia is one of the leading wine shops in Madrid, but they rarely remember its restaurant, located on the top floor of the store. They should, though, as it arguably offers the most varied and extensive wine list in town. The great...

549 Madrid

Gipuzkoa

Essencia Wine Bar & Store

It is hard to find bars and restaurants in Spain whose owners are really passionate about wine and appreciate quality as much as the profits obtained with each serving. Fortunately for enthusiasts, there are wine nerds who dare to set up businesses like ...

548 Gipuzkoa

Girona

Vicus

While Empordà received a great deal of fame via El Bulli, there have been many quality restaurants in the comarca for some time.  It's easy to see why, with its direct access to fresh seafood as well as sitting at the crossroads of French and Iberian c...

547 Girona

Bizkaia

Cubita

Located in Getxo, next to the Aixerrota windmill —an 18th century building turned into an art gallery— the first thing that draws your attention at Cubita is its terrace, with imposing views of the sprawling Abra port on the Basque coast close to Bil...

546 Bizkaia

Tarragona

Celler de l'Àspic

For anyone who visits the wine regions of DOQ Priorat or DO Montsant you will undoubtedly pass through Falset, the capital of the county. A larger village of around 2,000 inhabitants, it forms a good base for exploring the region with a couple of hotels...

545 Tarragona

Madrid

Poncelet Cheese Bar

Poncelet is a big name for cheese in Spain. Since Jesús Pombo opened the original store in Argensola St. in Madrid in 2004, the business has grown to include a pioneering cheese maturing centre that carefully controls the maturations of all the cheese b...

544 Madrid

Madrid

Cuenllas

Cuenllas is one of those places that seems to have been around forever in Madrid. Founded by the Cuenllas family in 1939, the business started as a delicatessen where well-to-do families purchased legumes, canned foods, cold meats and other quality produ...

543 Madrid

Bizkaia

La Viña del Ensanche

Located in one of the most central and emblematic areas of Bilbao, just behind the building housing the region’s government, La Viña del Ensanche is an institution in the city since Bautista González, born in the Spanish city of León, started the bu...

542 Bizkaia

Madrid

Surtopía

Surtopía is a sort of gastroembassy of Spain’s south in Madrid, the perfect spot for nostalgics of Andalusian tapas and dishes that chef and owner José Calleja have personalized with generous doses of creativity. Trained at classy restaurants like...

541 Madrid

Valladolid

La Vinoteca de Abadía Retuerta

La Vinoteca is one of the gastronomic spaces in Abadía Retuerta, the gorgeous wine estate located on the banks of the river Duero with over 200 hectares of vineyards, a state-of-the-art winery and a 12th centur...

540 Valladolid

Barcelona

Windsor

The first impression of the Windsor makes one believe it is fully aware of its setting but in not wanting to rub your face in it, has nestled itself effortlessly in to one of the old homes in Eixample. Perhaps unassuming from the outside (at least in an ...

539 Barcelona

La Rioja

La Tavina

La Tavina is one of those places where we, wine berserks, get a tingly feeling in our stomachs; a small amusement park with three floors entirely devoted to tasting, drinking, buying and enjoying wine unceremoniously. Located at the start of calle Lau...

528 La Rioja

Madrid

Vinoteca García de la Navarra

Having hosted customers at classic Madrid restaurants like Príncipe de Viana, El Amparo and Aldaba, Luis Garcia de la Navarra is a very well-known sommelier in the city. In December 2011 he joined forces with his brother and chef Pedro to start Vinoteca...

527 Madrid

Madrid

Montia

Montia is firmly rooted in San Lorenzo de El Escorial, a town about 45 km northwest of Madrid. It is located 500 metres away from Real Monasterio de San Lorenzo, a historical residence of the Spanish royals. Its name — which comes from Montia Fontan...

526 Madrid

Bizkaia

Cork

It opened barely a couple of years ago, but Cork has turned into one of the most interesting and dynamic bars not only in Bilbao, but in the whole of the Basque Country. Its wine by the glass menu is long, varied, international and original —a breath o...

485 Bizkaia

Girona

El Celler de Can Roca

After 10 years in the World’s 50 Best Restaurants and three Michelin stars, El Celler de Can Roca’s gastronomic credentials are well known. But what is really special about El Celler is that it has been able to maintain its hospitable family essence,...

484 Girona

Cádiz

Aponiente

The economic turmoil seems to have passed by Ángel León’s restaurant without knocking on the door of the space he opened eight years ago in a quiet street of El Puerto de Santa María, in the Sherry Triangle in southern Spain. His dishes are all s...

356 Cádiz

Huelva

Acánthum

Chef Xanty Elías has a larger than life personality which is reflected on the dishes he prepares at the restaurant he opened in 2011 in Huelva, his hometown in southwestern Spain. A great champion of local pr...

354 Huelva

La Rioja

Wine Fandango

The citizens of Logroño are lucky. As well as having hundreds of Rioja wineries with superb wines a short drive away, they can stroll to several great little restaurants like La Tavina or Tondeluna who care for this lovely beverage. The last one to join...

353 La Rioja

Cantabria

La Abacería de la Sal

Leticia González is responsible for the success of this small bistrot in Cabezón de la Sal, a town of 8,000 people located 42 kilometres from Santander. Nobody should visit Abacería de la Sal expecting to eat the traditional hearty stews or T-bone sta...

351 Cantabria

Cádiz

El Colmado del Central

As well as some traditional and wonderfully stocked fish stalls, Cádiz central market now boasts a diverse collection of tapas and wine kiosks which share outside space and tables for all the market’s customers. One of the most interesting places i...

350 Cádiz

Girona

Plaça del Vi 7

Located in central Plaça del Vi in Girona’s medieval quarter, this wine bar owned by sommelier Roger Viusà -who runs the place- and Carlos Orta (chef at Villa Más in Sant Feliu de Guíxo...

349 Girona

Madrid

Álbora

Located in a desirable location in the centre of Madrid, Álbora is one of the most interesting and versatile addresses in the Salamanca district. Its vibrant and lively bar is well-known for its jamón tapa -three different vintages of the excellent Jos...

230 Madrid

La Rioja

Echaurren

Echaurren started as a posthouse and tavern in Ezcaray (La Rioja) at the end of the 19th century but has now turned into a gastronomic conglomerate which encompasses a hotel, two restaurants (Echaurren Tradición and El Portal de Echaurren), a bistrot ca...

208 La Rioja

Barcelona

L'Anima del Vi

Located in the lively Born district of Barcelona, this is one of the most authentic places to discover the world of natural wines. Proprietor Benoît Valée established himself in Barcelona in the mid-2000s and opened a wine shop in the Gracia district. ...

207 Barcelona

Barcelona

Bar Brutal

Since it opened in mid-2013, Bar Brutal has become the trendiest hotspot in Barcelona to enjoy natural and artisan wines. The place is actually two different premises with separate entrances, but they are interconnected: a wine store that resembles the t...

206 Barcelona

Gipuzkoa

Rekondo

Rekondo, in the Basque city of San Sebastian, is undoubtedly one of the world’s must-visit restaurants for winelovers. At this oenological Louvre, owner Txomin Rekondo acts as patron and caretaker of over 125,000 bottles and around 4,000 selections whi...

134 Gipuzkoa

La Rioja

Venta Moncalvillo

The Echapestro brothers opened their restaurant in a hidden village 20 kilometres from Logroño. Such location was no accident; quality, creativity and loyalty to their surroundings are the trademarks of a place that instills calm and demands a leisurely...

2 La Rioja

Tokyo

Cave du Relax

Located in Toranomon, Tokyo's business district, this shop was founded in 1999 and boast one of the largest selections of wine in the Japanese capital. Operating as a wholesaler, its knowledgeable staff are specialised in different wine regions around th...

1 Tokyo