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The final 10 days of our trip will involve a lot of travelling and a lot of flitting around visiting places relating to my U3A Spanish History talk due in three weeks time, so for this week we were looking for a quiet peaceful site where we could relax and chill out and enjoy the sun. We had read excellent reviews of this little site run by an English lady called Jill Shepherd and aptly named Shepherd's Rest. ...
No run this morning, just a nice lie in bed. I then parked myself in reception to write up the continuing adventures and await my companions who were also having a lie in – apparently on UK time! This would have been easier if it was not for the fireworks and the band playing in the courtyard.
And so back down to Ferevin for the morning session. By now the names of the Bodegas and their branding were ...
... tropical notes on the nose and a linear and balanced palate.
6. Martinez Bermell 2013 14%
100% Merlot, alcoholic and malolactic fermentation in new French oak. This wine has been given the prestigious Vino de Pago status which is applied to individual vineyards or estates as opposed to entire regions. This was introduced in Spain in 2003 by an act of parliament and is aimed at showcasing and promoting the ...
Early start for the beginning of the next wine adventure. A 6:15 train from West Hampstead Thameslink which it must be said, did take me direct to Gatwick – transport is just great from my 'hood.
Waltzed through the airport with my first use of self-bag-drop from Easy Jet. This involves following an idiot-proof set of instructions on a screen followed by attaching your own luggage tag – surprisingly difficult despite ...