A Question of Taste, based in the beautiful southern Spanish city of Seville, celebrates its 13th anniversary this year, having started its journey in early 2002. We have run activites for thousands of clients and their positive feedback to others, more than anything, has meant that we have gone from strength to strength, in spite of the negative economic environment over the last few years.
We continue to offer an unrivalled choice of food and wine activities which include: one-day excursions, tapas tours, cooking classes, wine-tastings and gastronomic breaks.If you are a lover of good food and wine and are planning on visiting Andalusia then our activities have been designed with you in mind.
Seville is only a short distance away from where some of Spainʼs greatest gastronomic and vinous treasures can be found. The great sherry wines, brandy and vinegar from the region of Jerez are a stoneʼs throw away as is the Sierra of Huelva where the worldʼs finest ham is produced from the Iberian pig. Superb olive oils are also made in places that are very close to Seville and the area around the town of Ronda produces some of the best red wines in Andalucia. Through our activities we can help you discover these delights. Also, donʼt forget that Seville is a Mecca for tapas bars. We can show you some of the best, where fantastic food is served, and if you are a keen cook we can teach you how to prepare the best local dishes!
Over the years we have been featured in many publications. These include the Independent newspaper in the UK along with the Spanish magazine and Food & Travel. We have also appeared in Gourmet Magazine and Travel and Leisure in the United States, in several Norwegian newspapers and in the most popular general interest magazine in Hong Kong. The company director, Roger Davies, also appeared in the 4th part of the BBC series, Rick Steinʼs Spain, which first appeared on television in July 2011.
We are very excited about our new cheese tour which you can link to here. We think our clients are going to love this
If you want to see what we are up to, please link to A Question of Tasteʼs blog here.