Hotel Patilla Ciudad Requena
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... one. This was slightly cloudy and had a greenish yellow hue and a light fizz rather than a mousse. It was very refreshing with good acidity and a touch of sweetness – rather like a ripe apple.
2. Tardatto by Mariano 2013 7%
Another interesting sparkling wine made from 50% Tardana, 50% Muscat with a very low alcohol level. This was more akin to sparkling grape juice than wine and just a little ...
... in full flow took us back to the festival that was quietly setting off around 11am. On the way we passed a washing line dripping with the largest bunches of grapes I think I have ever encountered. The Tardina bunches were over 3kg! These I think were the exhibition bunches but showed the vibrancy of the local harvest – there were bunches of most of the regions grapes including Bobal and Tempranillo.
... into town to find the coach station in order to continue our journey to Requena. Spain is great but not renown for its love of clear information displays. The coach station was fine but nowhere were there any timetables or departure boards from which Jonny Foreigner could determine which coach to get on. T and I did the man thing of complaining and avoiding at all costs the thought of actually asking someone for details whilst S did the ...
... festival to celebrate the start of the regions wine production. Firstly, we walked around looking for somewhere to eat and ended up at an Italian run pizzaria where I had the most amazing chocolate mousse of my life! We then bought some sangria and headed to the bull fighting arena. Luckily at this festival no bulls were being fought and killed and instead there were tourists in the bull ring with adolescent ...
... hour long bus ride, we arrived and had a little time to kill, so we split up and walked around the city for 45 minutes and I got some pictures. Then we met back up with the group for our reservation to visit Las Cuevas de "La Villa" de Requena. These caves are right under the city's center plaza and are like, really old. When they were built they were used to store food and during the Spanish Civil War in the late 1930s, they ...