After months of searching, miles of travelling and tasting hundreds of dishes, Wendy Thomas has been crowned the champion of Casa Dudley 2008!
It was a bit of a disappointment for Sion to lose but he thoroughly enjoyed the experience and was pleased that Wendy had won.
There was a surprise in store for Sion and Wendy in the final when they had a mystery tour to Sanlucar de Barrameda to sample food in the local market and taste one of the most famous sherries in the world, La Gitana.
But this was not the only surprise, keeping them company on their last day were the rest of the competitors!
Gethin, Hefina, Aneira, Daniel, Ll&x373r and Huw back to celebrate Wendy's victory!
Spanish Food and Drink Festivals
La Boqueria Market
When: Daily, apart from Sundays
Where: La Boqueria Market, Barcelona
La Boqueria's endless food stalls offer all kinds of mouth watering delicacies, several varieties of olive, chorizo, jamôn, fish, cheeses and more available.
A visit to Barcelona would be incomplete without a visit to this bustling food-lovers' heaven.
O Grove Seafood Festival
When: First fortnight of October, annually
Where: O Grove, Galicia (El grove)
The annual Fiesta de Exaltaciôn del Marisco attracts more than 220,000 people, and is widely regarded as the place to find some of Europe's best seafood.
The festival includes one of Europe's most established seafood trade fairs, the Feiramar, as well as several other fiestas dedicated entirely to specific types of seafood, such as mussels and torbut.
With the chance to sample some of Europe's best seafood and even get a free goody-bag comprising of mussels, crab and the catch of the day, the O Grove Seafood festival is not to be missed.
San Sebastián Food Bar
When: November, annually
Where: Palacio de Congresos del Kursaal, San Sebastián
An opportunity to witness some of Spain's best chefs competing against each other, using the very best produce to create culinary masterpieces.
The fair opens with a paella cooking competition, whilst other challenges include preparing a menu of the country's most famous foods, and cooking with seafood.
Baena Olive and Olive Oil Festival
When: November, annually
Where: Baena, Andalucía
Baena in Andalucía holds the three-day Las Jornadas del Olivar y el Aceite (The Journey of the Olive and the Oil), an opportunity to celebrate all things olive and all things oil.
The fair takes place during the end of the olive harvest in November, and visitors can learn about the many facets of olive and oil production, from health benefits to cooking tips, whilst enjoying practical demonstrations and tasting sessions.
Seville Tapas Fair
When: End of February/Beginning of March annually
Where: Palacio de Congresos y Exposiciones, Seville
For four days over fifty of Seville's tapas bars invite you to sample their delicious snacks, washed down with cool glass of cerveza or sherry.
Nerja Food and Wine Festival
When: End of March, annually
Where: Nerja, Andalucia
A chance to savour Iberian treats such as Jamon Serrano, Queso Manchego, olives, calamari, paella and more in the coastal surroundings of Nerja, the 'balcony of Europe'.
Mora Olive Festival
When: Last weekend of April, annually
Where: Mora del Toledo
A festival full of games, competitions, markets and olive-tasting sessions. There's also a chance to experience some Andalucían culture in the form of music, dancing and bull-running as well as a traditional stone-throwing contest.
Lleida Snail Festival
When: May, annually
Where: Camps Elisis Gardens, Lleida
This snail-eating festival has been taking place for the past 25 years, and today over 12 tonnes of molluscs are consumed over the three days.
Nava Cider Festival
When: July, annually
Where: Nava, Castille and Leon
Three party-packed, cider-filled days of festivities!
When: Last Wednesday of August, annually
Where: Bunyol, Valencia
Every year, over 30,000 people gather for the world's biggest tomato battle. Over 125, 000 of the fruit are thrown in a little over two hours, and the results are somewhat messy, to say the least.
Catalan Cava and Wine Festival
When: September, annually
Coinciding with the grape harvest, the Catalan Cava and Wine Festival is an opportunity for over 400 producers and purveyors to present their produce. There's a huge variety on show, from the roses of Alt Penedés to the Riojas of Priorat.
Ponferrada Food Fair
When: September, annually
Where: Ponferrada, Castilla and Leon
A festival which celebrates the area's rustic cuisine, with hearty fare such as chorizo and chickpea stew, thick pasties and salted pork all available.
Sueca Paella Festival
When: every September, annually
Where: Sueca, near Valencia
A rice and paella competition, which attracts entrants from throughout Spain. For ten whole days, the village of Sueca is a hive of dancing, gaming, storytelling and eating and highlights include the Night of the Paellas and the International Fireworks Festival. The final day of the competition sees the International Paella Competition take place.