Its privileged location in the center of Castilla y León offers a wide variety of places for travelers interested in culture and gastronomy. Found here range from the famous and highly regarded white wines and wineries, to its historical monuments and villas with noble houses and landscapes in which to enjoy unforgettable moments. Located in … [Read more...] about Rueda: Journey to the cradle of Verdejo
[KGVID]./wp-content/uploads/2013/05/Gamonitas-en-inglés_2_x264.mp4[/KGVID] On the following video, Lauren Rosillo, Technical Director & Wine Maker for FAMILIA MARTINEZ BUJANDA, tells us that from Finca Antigua, our estate in La Mancha, the importance of using plants and the flowers that surround the Vineyard in order to gain more … [Read more...] about Practical case: The importance of plants in the vineyard.
Types of grapes Genuine grapes were historically considered as the grapes capable of producing a great wine without blend that is to say as a “single varietal”. In addition, they are resistant grapes, which can develop in adverse weather conditions and which the quality can improve with age, providing that the conditions of storage are … [Read more...] about Genuine International Grapes Varieties
The prestigious design furniture company Roche Bobois, has been photographing part of its new Winter Catalogue in Finca Montepedroso. The 11th and 12th of June, Finca Montepedroso, DO Rueda, of the Familia Martínez Bujanda group, received a very special visit. The production team of the design furniture company, Roche Bobois, took … [Read more...] about Roche Bobois chooses Finca Montepedroso as the scene of its new Winter Catalogue
In the northwest area of the Italian Republic one finds the beautiful region of the Piedmont. Famous for lodging powerful industries, as the headquarters of SEAT, it is known also throughout the world by the quality of its wines; especially for its red wines, Barolo and Barbaresco. Located between the Alps and the Apennines, and divided by the … [Read more...] about Piedmont: The Fogs of Barolo and Barbaresco.