Visiting Hacienda Zorita Wine Hotel and Spa in Salamanca, Spain

Visiting Hacienda Zorita Wine Hotel and Spa in Salamanca, Spain

Visiting the Hacienda: The Hotel, the Farm, and the Restaurant

As I said in my previous blog post, the city of Salamanca is usually a small, but nevertheless tourist-hotspot-cramped city. The locals in this article also travel mostly on foot as well, and once we had our excursion around the city of Salamanca, we toured on foot–a jogging tour!

Hacienda Zorita Organic Farm
Hacienda Zorita Organic Farm

With that said, the walking tour didn’t take very long. The tourist destinations we attended were mostly next to each other, and the walking visit was over right before lunchtime.

Sheep Farming at Hacienda Zorita
Sheep Farming from Hacienda Zorita

We went to Hacienda Zorita (hotel info), a farm, to tour around just before lunch.

Hacienda Zorita Wine Hotel and Spa
Hacienda Zorita Wine Resort and Spa (prices)

The Hacienda is a well-known farm inside Salamanca, and, like most in the city, Hacienda Zorita is like a farm back from the earlier. The farm makes organic goods, including vegetables, fruits, coconut oil, bread, and balsamic white wine vinegar. Products from their animals are also organic, as their Iberico hams and charcuterie, and their well known, high-quality, raw milk ewe’s cheese.

Queso de Dehesa Curado
Queso de Dehesa Curado

The farm had been over 300 hectares vast, and has the goal of defending local species of plants and animals. With this goal, i was told that most in the animals are not bound or kept in households. They were, rather, liberal to wonder around. In the end walked, we saw some sort of flock of lambs, which was the source in the farm’s self-produced ewe cheese.

Hacienda Zorita Wine Hotel in Salamanca
Hacienda Zorita Wine Hotel in Salamanca

Local residents have been also free to wonder around and come to your farm at their will. When I heard of which, I started to love the location more and more! Salamanca City really gave me the feeling connected with travelling back in time, exactly where life is at the most basic.

Olive Trees
Olive Trees

We walked additionally into the farm past the 85-year-old Olive trees, and noticed the Hacienda’s Cheese Processing Building. The parmesan cheese plant looked like the accommodation (Hacienda Zorita) in many ways.

Cheese Tasting at Hacienda Zorita
Cheese Tasting on Hacienda Zorita

We were allowed to key in. I saw how the cheese is made. Despite the fact that most of the process includes machinery, I discovered that it requires much endurance and finesse. The cheese were held in a clean and temperature-controlled atmosphere. But all this is worth it, because the cheese (i was allowed to taste many of the finished product) was simply superb!

Hacienda Zorita Wines
Hacienda Zorita Wines

Wine Barrels inside Hacienda Zorita
Wine Barrels in Hacienda Zorita

We were told by the excursion guide?of the village that they produce practically 18 000 kilo of cheese yearly, and that in 2012, Hacienda Zorita (publication now) was awarded for having the Best Mozerella in the World in Greater london.

La Casa Grande Wine Hotel
La Casa Grande Vino Hotel

After our little vacation to the farm, we all headed back to Hacienda Zorita Resort. We were showed the wine cellar before we finally headed for the restaurant for lunch.

One of the Villas inside Hacienda Zorita
One from the Villas inside Hacienda Zorita

Alfresco Dining at Zoritas Kitchen
Alfresco Dinner at Zoritas Kitchen

The hotel’s in-house diner, Zoritas Kitchen, is located next to a creek, giving off a very relaxing and relaxing feeling, like the rest of Salamanca. The inside is also very inviting, inspired by Dominican rebublic refectories.

Zortas Kitchen
Zoritas Kitchen

Hacienda Zorita Wine Hotel
Hacienda Zorita Wine Hotel

We were told that this restaurant gets it’s ingredients only from other farm Hacienda Zorita, which is relatively relieving and pleasant.

Parrillada de Verduras con Mojo Iberico
Parrillada de Verduras con Mojo Iberico

For lunch time, we were served Parrillada environnant les Verduras con Mojo Iberico, grilled fruit and vegetables with olive oil. Additionally we had Merluza con Cebolla Confitada ful Sofrito de Ajo, a bowl with fish, caramelized let’s eat some onions, garlic, and some seasoning. The main dishes were very flavorful, needless to say from a city consequently rich in culture in addition to tradition.

Merluza con Cebolla Confitada y Sofrito de Ajo
Merluza con Cebolla Confitada ful Sofrito de Ajo

To dampen straight down all the spice of the main dishes, we had Sopa de Frutos Rojos con Helado environnant les Queso for dessert, which literally translates to “Cream Cheese-flavored Ice Cream with Red Fruit Sauce”. It needs to be the source of the substances (the Hacienda Zorita farm) that is certainly making the Kitchen’s food so delicious, I supposed.

Sopa de Frutos Rojos con Helado de Queso
Sopa de Frutos Rojos con Helado de Queso

I were built with a lunch like no other.

Zoritas Kitchen
Zoritas Kitchen

Visiting the actual Hacienda Zorita’s farm, and its Kitchen, was perhaps on the list of highlights of my holiday to Salamanca. The environment, the exterior along with interior of the buildings, the food, and the hotel of the locals made me think of it that way.

Hacienda Zorita Wines Hotel & Spa (e-book now)
+ 34 923 14 94 00
zorita@the-haciendas.com
Carretera Salamanca a Ledesma, SA-300. Kilometre 8.700
37115 Valverdn (Salamanca).
GPS Harmonizes: N41.04269 – W05.75915

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