AC Hotel General Alava by Marriott
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Travel Blogs from Vitoria-Gasteiz
... in astonishment. Finally someone explains that in summer restaurants just don't serve soup (we should have thought of gazpacho!).
Even if there is no soup, it certainly is a lively place, with half the population out enjoying beer, wine and good cheer. It’s a relatively small town built on a steep hillside with the central core dating from medieval times. Originally it was a walled town, ...
... another lazy 5 mill bottles a year...
Dan Murphy's have just started selling it. Grab a bottle of the Tempranillo (maybe don't bother with the Sauv Blanc...)
We finished the tour around 5:30pm. To the bar for some ...
... also experimenting with Hungarian oak.
1. Reserva 2006
The wine is 100% Tempranillo and is fermented at a low temperature for 20 to 30 days and is then aged for 14 to 16 months in French (~60%) , American and Hungarian oak barrels followed by at least 22 months aging in the bottle. It has a medium intensity with a vibrant cherry colour. The nose had dark ripe cherry fruit, a good perfume and quite light with a touch of warm spice on ...
... two friends chatting over the wall as they went about their ahem, business. In came one of our party who opened the cubical door (which was unlocked), apologies profusely having interrupted and then was confronted with two young men leaving both cubicles! His close inspection of the top of the toilet cistern suggested that either they had poor cleaning and odd white dust or clarity on what was actually going on.
... and because it is in the "Pais Vasco" it also has it's own language - Euskara. This language is completely different than Spanish altogether. Look for the pictures that shows two signs, one with each language, and you will understand what I mean!
That's all for now, but I will try to update more often!
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