A wine tourism day
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Our suggestion to enjoy a day around wine and culture begins in the Vivanco Museum of the Culture of Wine, in the town of Briones. This museum is an essential visit to learn how wine is made, aged and distributed. Learn all sorts of trivia about this product and discover the amazing influence of wine in cultures across the world.
Do not leave La Rioja without enjoying a walk through the vineyards, which have such special characteristics at each time of the year. If you wish you can hire the services of a guide who will explain the grape growing tasks while you walk between the vineyards. You can even get to know the vineyards by bicycle, on horseback, from a canoe or from a hot-air balloon. There are several companies in La Rioja which offer these services.
La Rioja also offers proposals of activities around wine for all tastes and budgets. We recommend that you discover our wineries, where you can learn about winemaking processes first hand and and even put your winetasting knowledge into practice. You can find more than 50 wineries who open their doors to tourists try to teach them the art of making wine. There are also entities which offer organised or custom winetasting courses.
What would wine be without food? In Calle Laurel in Logroño or the Herradura in Haro, in any village in La Rioja, you can find a bar or restaurant with tapas and other house specialities or the most exquisite cuisine, as well as full dishes like the potatoes with chorizo, or cod Riojan style, not to mention the lamb chops grilled over vine cane embers. Doesn't your mouth water?
There is still much to do and see in la Rioja. Have you thought of returning or just staying one more night? You can even sleep in a winery or a hotel or rural guest house where they can teach you more about wine through their wine tourism programmes.
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