AS Express Altube Hotel Zuia
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... the snow got worse and worse, I couldn't see the edge of the road, there was only one lane open in each direction and we were starting to go up hill. I noticed that the lorries were all parked in petrol stations or in a lay by but smaller vans and cars were continuing on, however after a while I realised that I would be wise to stop and I decided to pull off the road at the first opportunity. That first opportunity came at the top of the pass over the mountains. From ...
... of Faulty Towers and we all took turns playing Basil. Guido, Carol and my wine arrived, Gianni's lemon squash arrived and them after asking for Wynne and Lucas drinks, Wynnes beer arrived with Lucas lemon squash mixed in- very funny
Visited a Bordega/winery for a tour and wine tasting this morning that was great, stocked up our tempranillo supplies ready for the beach.
Following the winemakers recommendation we went to ...
... back to the flat for food, drink, music and games.
On Sunday Anjali and me took a bus to the nearby city of San Sebastián, which everyone had told me is a very beautiful place. We first went for lunch in some pintxos bars. A man standing next to us asked what something on a skewer covered in batter was and when the waiter replied that it was shark Anjali and me looked at each other with wide eyes! Wow, I wouldn't have thought shark would be ...
... of which I understood not a word) As the tour went on I must have looked quite perplexed (or too English) because a Spanish family adopted me and started to translate. The father loved practicing his English and we got along well (they were from Seville, one of my next destinations) right up to the tasting. From there the young woman appeared and we had a nice talk (she seemed starved for English speakers). At the end of the tasting we were given the glass we ...
... the Bordeaux method (i.e. in barrels) in 1858 (although this is somewhat controversial as they did not produce wine until 1862!).
1. Finca Montico 2011 DO Rueda
Like others, Riscal now have wineries in other regions. Finca Montico is from Roeda and is a 100% Verdeho. Clear and bright, straw coloured. Quite closed on the nose with some floral notes. Light, medium acid, ...