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Rancho Cortesano - Museo de la Miel

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Jerez Wine Cellar private Tour and Tasting
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Jerez Wine Cellar private Tour and Tasting

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Raise a glass to the ancient winemaking traditions of Andalusia with a wine tour and tasting at the La Constancia wine cellar, one of the oldest and most celebrated wineries in Jerez de la Frontera. Learn about the estate’s long history and traditional methods of making Spanish sherry and other fortified wines enjoyed around the world. Taste several of the finest Jerez varietals and spend some time shopping for a bottle or two to take home if you like.
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Jules_gem1 wrote a review Jun 2019
39 contributions72 helpful votes
I recently had a wonderful experience here. My mum and I were visiting from the UK and staying in Seville for the weekend. By chance I stumbled across this on trip advisor. My mum called first thing in the morning to see if there was still space on the two hour tour. Immaculada was very helpful on the phone, explaining how much a taxi would cost etc. We did the two hour tour which included visiting the bee hives. It was the best experience and I would highly recommend it. The shop, restaurant, grounds, staff are wonderful. Prices very reasonable. A great experience for the whole family-children and adults alike. I cannot recommend it enough. Immaculada went over and above- giving us a lift back to Jerez. Go and visit- you won’t be disapponted!!
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Date of experience: June 2019
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tepirby wrote a review Jun 2019
Austin, Texas134 contributions63 helpful votes
We went in March during the week and were a little overwhelmed at first with a large school group that had taken over the playground. We thought we might wait and eat in the restaurant - we had read so many good reviews of the food - but it was closed except for serving toast. So we had a quick snack and then headed off to hang out with all the animals until the school group cleared out. Once gone, we were able to begin our private tour, which was really fun and educational. My children STILL tell anyone who will listen about how bees make honey and the environmental impact of losing the bee population. And getting to wear the bee suits and go out to the hives was a hit, of course. Highly recommend as a nice day trip.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Patti232015 wrote a review May 2018
Rota, Spain45 contributions4 helpful votes
Just amazing. Get to see a real bee hive colony up close and see them in action. Purchase bee products made on sight. They also have a vegetarian restaurant that serves food made with products grown on their farm. Many times we take trips out to the Bee Farm just to go to the restaurant.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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Thewanderingwinos wrote a review Apr 2018
Brighton, United Kingdom528 contributions305 helpful votes
We brought family here for a fun and relaxing day out, did the hives first, made a candle, poured some honey, looked around the shop and museum and had some lunch outside at the restaurant. You need a nice dry sunny day to get the most out of a trip here, lots of stuff for kids on at the weekend including 2 pottery wheels, everything is very reasonable. Our 7 year old loved it, running around feeding the animals. We thought the restaurant had gone down hill a bit since we were here last time, the vegetable paella was only ok, the aubergine cake was not very good, a cheesecake was thick and rubbery, and a 3 chocolate pudding ended up being another rubbery affair. Also where we sat outside we seemed to get neglected a bit by the waiters and our Spanish waiter pretended he understood us then brought us different dishes to the ones we thought we had ordered. So still a great day out especially if you have kids but despite being vegetarian I wouldn’t rush to eat here again as the meal and service wasn’t particularly good.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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ptcsandy wrote a review Oct 2017
Peachtree City, Georgia166 contributions39 helpful votes
Our extended family group of 6 adults and four children ages 7, 6, 4, and almost 2 had a private tour, separate from that offered through Disney. The Disney offered tour excludes small children. Our guide provided a very informative and kid frendly slide show in English. Most of the signage and brochure are in Spanish. After the presentation, we all suited up and saw the bees up close and personal. After the tour we were able to sample a number of honeys. Who knew there would be such a variety, some mild, some strong.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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