Casa Rural Serena
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After that we headed over to the Bodega Sebirán stall. Here we were pleasantly greeted by Ken and his wife and taken through their wines.
1. Coto d’Arcis Brut Nature
100% Macabeo, method traditional, 32 months in bottle. 2.7g residual sugar. Interestingly, they disgorge without freezing which requires a keen eye!
Good acidity, small mousse, good length. Citric.
2. Coto d’Arcis ...
... serrated mountain." The rocky formations and green hills seem surreal; I joked that this is the type of scenery we would see in plane scenes in action movies, and my tour mates agreed.
We then drove down to Oller del Mas, a 10th century castle and winery. This winery has been operated by the same family for 1000 years, and they are now at the 36th generation! We explored the vineyards ...
... you would get hit with a whole, unsquashed *******e and it would hurt but mostly it was all good fun. The tomato juice stung my eyes a lot and I was forced to take my contact lenses out just afterwards, in fact my eyes are still sore now. You could by swimming goggles there but most peoples broke or got pulled off.
Afterwards we got hosed off by the locals but there were still bits of tomato everywhere like in ...
... you can see these tiny places.
Regrettably we did not have time for a big walk, but we went up the St Joan ride and had a peak around the corner before having to head back down to catch our connector. It was really lovely at the top and given the opportunity it would be worth factoring in time do one of the walks. At the top looking in the opposite direction of the valley the view extends to snow topped French mountains. On top of ...
... mins. The hallway and stuff is interesting enough there was stuff to stare at while waiting. And being able to see the church from the different view was great.
You exit into a chapel (beautiful), see a crypt, and leave via the Ave Maria Path where people light candles to pray.
At this point we ran to make the next train otherwise we would be waiting another few hours to make it back to Barcelona.