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Nunez de Prado- Fabrica de Aceite de Oliva Ecologico

Baena, Spain
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Andre T wrote a review Dec 2019
Cape Coral4 contributions
Visited their emplacement in Baena twice in the past 6 years and were greeted by Paco Nūnez de Prado himself. We’ve been buying this best olive oil ever since.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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Rachel H wrote a review Oct 2018
Bristol, United Kingdom256 contributions150 helpful votes
We took a detour to visit Nunez de Prado and wished we hadn’t bothered. After wandering around the bodega, we eventually found an office and asked about a tour. A man switched on a 5- minute video for us, pointed to a couple of rooms (no real explanation of what they were) and then left us. There was no option to taste or buy the oil.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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1234texas wrote a review Sep 2018
Dripping Springs, Texas1,679 contributions2,738 helpful votes
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There are 3 things wrapped into one at this location--on the street with a very nice public park. We initially went to the olive processing area to get a tour of the facility and to see how olives were processed in the traditional way. The owner did a great job and was very entertaining. He showed us the presses, storage areas and the loading docks--as well as a 500 year old olive tree on the property. After our tour of the grounds, which are beautiful, he took us to the dining area where we had a very nice meal with lots of local wine and olive oil! All of the olive oils from this most famous region are excellent and very good. He pointed out the rooms that were available for overnight guests. We did not get to see any of them, but I know it is safe to assume that the are very nice.
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Date of experience: November 2017
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TheAbbySeas wrote a review Mar 2017
Mendham, NJ15 contributions8 helpful votes
Granted we showed up unannounced, but on our drive from Granada to Cordoba, we traveled through the olive country hoping for an English tour & olive oil tasting. Unfortunately for us, no one was available who spoke English to show us around. We didn't even see a store to buy any olive oil on the premises. It looks like a large place that handles mostly bus tours.
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Date of experience: March 2017
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Dalty wrote a review Jan 2017
Wurzburg, Germany290 contributions90 helpful votes
I can now understand why this region is well-known for it's olive oil. This is a great working factory in the middle of the town.
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Date of experience: December 2016
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