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... and so much more. Briones, like many other locations in Spain has very long line of rich history and it was so fascinating to go to the real location where there were knights and horses, fighting for their pueblos. This particular pueblo sits on top of a really big hill. The church and small castle sits at the very top and the view of modern day vineyards and the ebro river is beautiful. Mario's brother, ...
... whose book "Fabulas" was a bestseller in its day, hence the name of this tiny winery and the labels of the bottles. We are shown where the grapes arrive by tractor, are tipped into a concrete vat and then actually trodden by foot, a
very rare occurrence these days. We then descend the steep, narrow stairs to the cellars below the town. Here in dank, cool tunnels, the wine is ...
... the medieval village of Frias. An ancient stone bridge, a castle poised above the village, narrow winding cobblestone streets and houses seemingly suspended on the edge of an abyss. You can hardly ask any more from a tourist attraction. To top it all, there are virtually no tourists! It’s quite remote, far from regular coach routes. There are just five cars in the car park, and most of the people seated in the restaurants and bars are locals.
... br> I have just loved this little village and Tony's cousin has taken up to visit two little towns near by. I have some great photos I will put up when I get a better signal.
Just another addition....we visited a couple of near by towns with so much history. One is called San Dominica ...it has a cathedral with a story attached to it ....I will have to post when I get time.
We are getting organised now to set off early in the morning to travel to Pamplona ...
... and a silkiness and smoothness.
Having worried that Ysios would be more style over substance I was thoroughly impressed with the quality of their wines.
After a brief photo stop, it was onto the picturesque village of Briones and a tour, tasting and chance to visit the museum of Wine Culture at Bodegas Dinastía Vivanco.
Vivanco’s family history goes back to 1915 when Pedro Vivanco González started making wine just ...