Wine Soaked Days in La Rioja

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La Rioja, Spain

The past few days I’ve been learning and enjoying the wine in La Rioja Spain. I have quite a bit to share in that I’ve not only learning about wine but also how other people make wine such an unapproachable topic.

This wasn’t the case at all in Haro, a small town in the La Rioja region on Spain. To grow the wine industry they built the wineries next to the train station because it would be easy to receive the grapes and ship it out. Because of the strict classification, wine in La Rioja can be similar but the stories and people behind the vineyards are fascinating.

I’d love for you to check out my quick video of wine in Haro.

 

If you like the video please subscribe to my YouTube channel. It was such a great time I’m thinking about planning a new wine trip for 2014, where do you think I should go?

 

 

Comments

  1. James says

    What was that sausage dish that was sitting beside the table with the white wine on it (photo above)? Never thought the two would ever pair, but what do I know about that! :P

  2. says

    Awesome video…love how it is edited to the music. Looks like a great destination. Too bad it’s a tad too far from where we are in Portugal to make a trip of it. Maybe later this year, though.
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  3. Tracy says

    Loved your video! I have been there and was so jealous! I think you were at Lopez Heredia too? It is all amazing! Muga is a wine favorite! I love wine, Mendoza, Argentina where they make malbec is another great spot!

  4. says

    Wow…this region is something I definitely need to see and taste ;) We have been to Spain many times, but not this area. Great post, thanks for sharing

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