enjoying real tapas in spain

When in Spain eat like the Spaniards do – tasting small portions of variety of tapas and local wines. While doing our rural tour of old mountain fortresses and monasteries we ended up eating some tapas and tasting wines in the historic city of Morilla. I loved the food and drinks as much as I loved decor of this modern wine bar called Casa Masoveret (their own website pictures are not from this modern location though yet…)!

Wine bar in Morilla

We found a cute little wine bar (so not a traditional tapas place) in the remote mountain city of Morilla in Valencia region

Wine bar in Morilla

I loved the modern interior of the place

Part of the tapas menu

Part of the menu – this place was also a deli, so menu had cured specialty meats, breads, olives and cheeses – and of course great wines. Not to mention that our 2 bottles of perrier, few glasses of wines and several tapas platters still ended up costing less than 30 Euros – $40 or so (and this place was considered rather pricey anyway). Not like the $10 glass wine you need to fork out in California.

Tapas selections

First tapas sampler platters

More tapas!

More jamon and lomo. This place was a heaven of ham and cheese!

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