Yeah, we’ve done Trebujena before. Multiple times, in fact! Alas, as this is a journal of ours, we’re going to post about it again. We went back to this village a few months ago when my sister and brother-in-law, Heidi and Ben, came to visit with their friends, Kim and Jerry.
The family of our pal, Pepe, has a bodega and vineyard here, so we like to take our guests down there to meet Papá Pepe, drink some of his delicious wine, and hang out for a bit.
So, here we go!
First, the historic vineyard. As it was winter time, we didn’t get any of the gorgeous greenery we usually do. Still, it’s a nice place for a walk.
Next up, we headed over to the Guadalquivir River for some views. It was rather cloudy on this particular day, so we didn’t get any of the amazing colors from the sun that usually greet us when we’re here.
After a brief stop at the river, we went back to the bodega for some wine tastings and hangout time with Papá Pepe.
After getting our fill, we decided to up the ante a bit and have a ‘small’ feast at Bar El Cura. This place has amazing dishes all around, from seafood to Iberian pork and more.
Papá Pepe was definitely loving it. 🙂
And there you have it! A great day with friends, family, tasty food, views, and yummy wines. Can’t ask for much more than that!
Be sure to check out our other posts about Trebujena right here. If you’d like to visit this family-owned, private bodega and vineyard, you too can have a go! You can reach out to Pepe here for private tours or check his Airbnb page right here.
A very special and very big thanks to Pepe and Papá Pepe, and to Heidi, Ben, Kim, and Jerry for coming to visit!
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