Extremadura

A vast dehesa of green pastures and monumental oak rambles through an ancient land of Roman ruins and misty riverside vineyards. Extremadura is where the tale of Spain’s past is still told in the region’s hidden Baroque palaces and medieval fortified villages, and savored in the rich flavors of its landscape.[Read more…]

A vast dehesa of green pastures and monumental oak rambles through an ancient land of Roman ruins and misty riverside vineyards. Extremadura is where the tale of Spain’s past is still told in the region’s hidden Baroque palaces and medieval fortified villages, and savored in the rich flavors of its landscape, from luscious Jamón Ibérico de Bellota and creamy Torta del Casar to scarlet Pimentón de la Vera and the succulent Tempranillo vintages of the Ribera del Guadiana DO.

A vast dehesa of green pastures and monumental oak rambles through an ancient land of Roman ruins and misty riverside vineyards. Extremadura is where the tale of Spain’s past is still told in the region’s hidden Baroque palaces and medieval fortified villages, and savored in the rich flavors of its landscape.

A vast dehesa of green pastures and monumental oak rambles through an ancient land of Roman ruins and misty riverside vineyards. Extremadura is where the tale of Spain’s past is still told in the region’s hidden Baroque palaces and medieval fortified villages, and savored in the rich flavors of its landscape, from luscious Jamón Ibérico de Bellota and creamy Torta del Casar to scarlet Pimentón de la Vera and the succulent Tempranillo vintages of the Ribera del Guadiana DO.