What comes to mind when you think of Spanish flavors? Herbs? Olives? If you’re craving earthy Spanish dishes like paella, head to the Spanish Market stall available during EPCOT 2022 International Food and Wine Festival, which has everything you’re looking for and more!
Menu for the Spanish Market at the EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival
- Charcuterie with a selection of imported Spanish meats, cheeses, olives and herb vinaigrette (gluten/wheat free) – $6.50
- Paella with rice, chorizo and prawns (gluten/wheat free) – $6.00
- Seafood salad with shrimp, bay scallops, mussels, extra virgin olive oil, white balsamic vinegar and smoked paprika (gluten/wheat free) – $6.25
Photos of menu items for the Spanish market at the EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival
Charcuterie with a selection of imported Spanish meats, cheeses, olives and herb vinaigrette – $6.50
They slice the meats fresh right here in the cabin before assembling that shine into a cone. No, you can’t eat the cone, but you can eat all the cheese, olives, and meats in it. There’s value here for the price, due to the freshness of all the ingredients, plus it’s just tasty. We recommend.
Paella with rice, chorizo and prawns – $6.00
The Spanish paella is a staple in the Spanish market, but this time around it wasn’t as good as the charcuterie. The rice seems a bit overdone and the prawns are nothing to write home about. If anything, the chorizo is the winner of the dish, giving it a little kick. Otherwise the paella is more bland than expected.
Seafood salad with shrimp, bay scallops, mussels, extra virgin olive oil, white balsamic vinegar and smoked paprika – $6.25
This dish is really greasy. It’s understandable, given that the mixture is mixed with olive oil, but when half the glass is filled with oil, it’s just not fun. Still, there’s a healthy mix of shrimp, scallops, mussels, olives, peppers and more, making for a unique and tasty offering. The price might be a little too high if you don’t get a few good chunks of seafood, but we think that’s a risk worth taking.
Estrella Galicia Cerveza Especial Lager (5.5% ABV) – $5.00 for 6 oz, $9.00 for 12 oz.
Estrella Galicia describes their Cerveza Especial Lager as having “an excellent aromatic balance between malts and hops” with “a golden, clean and bright color”. Tasting notes include “slightly floral and herbaceous flavors, with a moderate warm mouthfeel and an intense hoppy bitterness that lingers. [in] the mouth.”
*NEW* Kentia Albariño Rías Baixas ($13/bottle) – $5.00
Blue Ventures Wine Marketing, LLC describes this wine as “pale gold in color, the wine has a hint of fresh lemon on the nose and a crisp freshness on the palate. Crispy and fragrant with a touch of effervescence. A well balanced wine with good minerality and good acidity.
Faustino VII Rioja Rosado ($10/bottle) – $5.00
Faustino describes this wine as “an intense, clean, bright and intense red color with a lilac edge. The nose is intense, the aromas of red fruits stand out. Pleasant and balanced on the palate; notes of red fruits stand out. Medium finish.
*NEW* Quinta del ’67 Almansa Garnacha Tintorera ($15/bottle) – $6.50
Bodegas Volver describes this wine as “deep red.” Complex nose with aromas of ripe, spicy black berries and some balsamic aromas. In the mouth with a lot of structure, silky tannins and still a lot of fruit, chocolate, liquorice. Long and persistent finish. Very powerful and with a long life ahead of it.
Location of the Spanish Market at the EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival
The Spanish Market is located between the Germany and Italy pavilions on the World Showcase promenade. You can find it at number 17 on the map below.
The EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival runs from July 14 to November 19, 2022.
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