La Torre del Visco
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Swimming, sailing, wakeboarding, paddleboarding, kayaking, going to a water park, getting stung by sea anenemies, watching the locals light a massive bonfire and set off firecrackers in the street. You name it.
We had such a great time and I wish we could have stayed longer, but travelling without family and simply with schoolfriends was completely brilliant, especially in somewhere as awesome as ...
... a micro climate for great wine. Carme has 45ha of which 29 are used for vines and are tended using organic techniques.
The family have been making wines in the basement of their fine town house since 1898 but did not bottle it for sale until 1994! We first went down into the lower cellars which have been converted from the original underground vats lined with tiles which originally would have held the bulk wine and olive oil. We were then ...
... which initially caused a little confusion until I found out it meant split stone! All of the measurements need to fall within parameters set in Quality Attribute Sheets set by customer (e.g Mack and Sainsbury's).
Shelf life testing is an important tool that gives an indication of how the fruit will perform over life. Two punnets of fruit are taken from the packing line, one sample is kept at ambient temperature (about 18°C) for 7 days and the ...
... handful of green orchards scattered throughout the region. Guimera's orchard is over 290 hectares , which, if like me, you don't know your hectares from your acres, is huge!
The fruit can only be picked when it is the right colour (enough of a blush and not too green), is the right pressure (not rock hard but not too soft to handle) and is sweet enough (the brix measurement shows the % of soluble solids in the fruit). ...
... Dutch expats in Spain; Hans and Loes (Nuestra Posada) and Monique and Hans.
They are a bit ahead because they settled here earlier but we have now made some serious plans with the help of David. Divide the Finca into 3 parts, seek permission to clear the old terraces and make sure we have enough water are the first steps.
It is a beautiful place and certainly worthwhile rehabilitating which we hope to do in a sustainable way through our forest managment plan.