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Small specialised tasting room. We organize wine tourism trips and have open events. Cosy and personal atmosphere. English, Dutch and Spanish spoken and we can try to mutter some German, French and Catalan. No-nonsense attitude to wine and great...more
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
Calle Fray Ceferino Gonzalez 5 | Just off the San Cayetano church, 28005 Madrid, Spain
Two friends and I attended this wine tasting in English and it was wonderful. I didn't know much about wine but my friends did, and we all learned a lot and were very pleased with the wines we tasted. Would definitely recommend.
Visiting JP at El Brabantino with a group of 18 amateur cooks - on a culinary adventure to Madrid - couldn't have been more surprising and pleasing. The wines were excellent and greatly paired with the Madrilenian dishes that were served with them. For this...More
Date of experience: May 2018
Thank Luc v
elbrabantino, Owner at El Brabantino, responded to this reviewResponded May 16, 2018
Many thanks Luc! You were a wonderful group & always welcome to come back!
We did the wine tasting with Jean Pierre for 20 euros! This included 4 different wins and tapas! Everything was great and Jean Pierre tailored everything to our group! We were almost 15 friends just looking to try some Spanish wines so he dumbed down...More
We had a great time in our tasting with Jean Peirre, and we highly recommend this experience!
It was myself, my husband, and two 19-year-olds (our daughter and her college roommate). We all had a wonderful experience. The wines we tasted were all delicious, and...More
Date of experience: August 2017
elbrabantino, Owner at El Brabantino, responded to this reviewResponded September 27, 2017
Many thanks for a great night! Keep on tasting! Jean Pierre
We came to El Brabantino for a wine tasting evening and had such a wonderful time.
Jean Pierre makes you feel at home, has great conversation and knows everything about wines and Spanish culture. He selected 4 delicious and original bottles from different parts of...More
Date of experience: June 2017
Thank Bertrand M
elbrabantino, Owner at El Brabantino, responded to this reviewResponded July 3, 2017
Merci Bertrand! Was a pleasure to have you guys over!
Jean-Pierre is an excellent host. He knows everything about wines, but also about Madrid and the culture. The wine tasting is a perfect social activity to do with friends, colleagues or family.
We visitited El Brabantino with a group of friends. Jean Pierre did an excellent job in teaching us the basics of wine tasting, while keeping it fun and informal. Jean Pierre served excellent wines and some delicious tapas. We had a great time.
A couple of days ago i went with some colleagues for an afterwork wine tasting. I loved it! Ofcourse, the wines were excellent and there was plenty of it. We enjoyed some finger food too and that really made the evening.
If you want to...More
Jean-Pierre is a great host with a lot of knowledge about wines, food, and Madrid. We tasted several white an red wines and it was accompanied by great tapas and homemade food. I highly recommend it to anyone who is looking for a calm and...More
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