We are more than ready to spend a summer full of adventures, and COVID19 is no longer stopping us. We are ready to host this experience with all the safety guarantees!!! We got our masks, our plastic gloves and our disinfectant but mostly we are so ready to let summer begin! That's why we want to invite you to discover Spain by taking a Sangría Masterclass in one of the most beautiful (and unknown) historic buildings of the city! Between the walls of this ancient building, we will use our family recipes to teach you how to elaborate the best sangrias, so you can take them home and surprise your friends and family ;) We will prepare 2 different kinds of sangria; one made of Red wine and another one, very local, made of cava (our favourite!) We will also enjoy a delicious tapas tasting, what in Spain is called "Aperitivo" while sipping on the freshly made Sangrias and enjoying some music in our cool city garden located in Gràcia, the most lively district of Barcelona. Can't wait to meet you and enjoy this experience together!
Hello! I am Marina, a foodie & a travel lover. I live in Barcelona and while working 5 years as a waitress, I realised how much I love sharing the sensations of the dishes with the customers and exchanging sensations and stories about the food they are having. I develop this activity with Albert, a local chef and sommelier with more than 8 years of experience being a cooking teacher and ruling the most luxurious hotels in Barcelona. We love going out, meeting new people, discovering cool places of the city and sharing our so loved mediterranean lifestyle, you wanna join us?
An authentic "Aperitivo" (made of regional products)
A tasting of 2 kinds of sangría (red and cava)
The activity takes place in the Oratory de Sant Felip Neri. Funded in 1883, it used to control all the religious activity of the district. Along the years, it has witnessed many historic events such as the Tragic Week, when it was set on fire or the Civil War. Those events left some secrets in it... At the end of the XX century, it was opened up to the neighbours and now it is an essential part of the cultural and social life in Gràcia, Barcelona