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August 3, 2022

The Château de Montreuil-Bellay !!

On the road warrior team we set out again for the region of Pays de la Loire and the dept 49 of Maine-et-Loire to visit Montreuil-Bellay!  Just to show you, we have castles to create a new country lol! Old France never died it just faded away a bit but still plenty of stones around!!! We really enjoy the visit here and need to update this older post with new text and links on the Château de Montreuil-Bellay !! Hope you enjoy it as we did.


Montreuil-Bellay is located in the heart of the Loire-Anjou-Touraine Regional Natural Park, less than 25 km from Saumur (Maine-et-Loire), Thouars (Deux-Sèvres) and Loudun (Vienne). The rule in the castle was no pictures just certain areas only, so be it, its still worth the detour me think. The displacement of the administrative center in Saumur, during the French revolution, completed to reduce the commercial, economic and administrative importance of the city of Montreuil-Bellay, simple chief town of canton since 1790.


The Château de Montreuil-Bellay is a vast medieval castle, several times remodeled and standing in the heart of the old close town of Montreuil-Bellay. It is the Duke of Anjou Foulque Nerra who built the first citadel on a Roman oppidum in about 1026. He entrusted custody to his vassal Giraud Berlay, now Giraud Bellay, and the city takes the name of Montreuil-Bellay. The attachment of the Berlay family to the crown of France leads King Philippe Auguste in 1208 and King Louis VIII in 1224 to hold their court at the Château de Montreuil-Bellay. The Donjon from the 15C is no longer visible as the new castle was built in its place. It was 30 meters high , it was demolished in 1865.


The castle of Montreuil-Bellay goes to the family of the House of Melun and the House of Tancarville during the Hundred Years War. Subsequently, it is enlarged with the addition of several towers and an enclosure, 650 meters of defense and 13 defense towers, protect the castle, with an entrance to the fortified building, flanked by round towers and massive barbican and drawbridge. During the 15C, the Renaissance period allows the castle to be modernized and airy, new buildings, new rooms, new kitchen (the term barbe au cul was when animals were roasted entirely in the huge kitchen and the term barbecue comes from it ! ), dining room, large living room, small living room, bedroom, monumental staircase and construction of a chapel of Notre Dame. This later will be hand over to the State and the Collegiate Church of Notre-Dame is now open to all as a parish church (see post). Then the castle belongs to the House of Harcourt. During the French revolution, the Lord of Montreuil-Bellay, Jean-Bretagne de La Trémoille, remains faithful to King Louis XVI. His castle is requisitioned and transformed into a prison for royalist women. After the revolutionary period, the castle becomes by marriage the property of the Grandmaison family, some of whose members were mayors of the city or senator.  The Grandmaison’s are still living in the castle. The castle of Montreuil-Bellay is remodeled in the 11C, 13C, 14C and 17C.



The official Château de Montreuil-Bellay

The Saumur tourist office on Montreuil-Bellay

The city of Montreuil-Bellay on its history/heritage

There you go folks, is a beautiful castle and great wine tasting and purchase at the end to finish a wonderful day. Do come to the Château de Montreuil-Bellay you will be glad you did.

And remember, happy travels, good health, and many cheers to all !!!

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August 3, 2022

The Saint Nicolas tower of La Rochelle !!

We enjoyed La Rochelle a lot and have come back several times with many posts in my blog, We first came as my oldest son study hotellerie/restaurant courses there. I will update this post with text and links for you and me ; hope you enjoy it as I The towers of La Rochelle, in Charente-Maritime dept  17 in the region of Nouvelle-Aquitaine!

In town, we walk, and walk is a walker’s paradise of quaint old streets and historical buildings, we took the tour de la Chaine,(see post) tour de St Nicolas, and the  tour de la Lantern.(see posts).  The development of this new city of the 11C is assured from the 14C by the protection offered by the towers, including the towers of St. Nicholas and the Chaine that regulate the entry of many merchant ships in its port.


All three designed to serve as a residence, two towers out of three (ie the tower of Saint Nicolas and the tower of the Chaine) were also places of detention between the 16C and 18C for the Huguenots and foreign sailors. They then become military prisons in the 19C. The Lantern Tower was used to disarm the boats upstream of the port and was a lighthouse. The boutiques of the Chaîne and Saint-Nicolas towers offer throughout the year a wide range of books, products for young and old. The shops are free access and are open 7 days a week during the opening hours of the towers.


Tour St Nicolas is the most impressive one in my opinion.  Because of the marshy terrain, the tower rests on a raft. The latter consists of six-meter-long oak piles with metal shoes embedded in the mud and wedged with stones, the whole being covered with a grid of horizontal beams and acting as foundations. However, the weight of the tower and the loose nature of the ground led to a destabilization of the foundations during its construction, and an important rise of the building, more than twenty centimeters, towards the East. This inclination will be maintained during the restoration of the tower, so that the soil today still has an inclination of about 2%, although it has been raised 50 cm from the original soil.  The circular tower is 37 meters high and 18 to 23 meters in diameter. Originally, the tower was isolated from the rest of the city by marshy areas, but following the construction of the Gabut Bastion, it was joined to the urban fabric of La Rochelle, which extended to its base.The access ramp, which today provides direct access to the reception room on the first floor (2nd US) , did not originally exist, and was only built in 1695. Traffic at the interior of the building is done by two independent staircases but connecting all the levels.


Salle du veilleur  (warden’s room), This small room on the ceiling adorned with arches of ogives with carved pedestals was used to monitor the entrance to the port. The ship owner’s room, The Salle de l’Armateur  (ship-owner’s room) is a large octagonal room with a cross vault of ogives with carved pedestals. It was used as a point of attachment to the chain which was used to close the port entrance, and which was operated from the Tour de la Chaine, on the other side.  The salle d’accueil (reception room), located on the first floor (2nd US), is accessible from the access ramp and overlooks the room of the low lookout. It is also connected to the chapel, on the second floor by a staircase. This room served as a reception room. Located on the first floor of the tower, the salle de la vigie basse (room of the low vigil)  is accessible from the reception room and gives access to a staircase to the salle du troubadour, (troubadour room), on the second floor. It used to have an outdoor wooden platform to monitor vessel traffic. The openings allowing the guards to access the rooms were later turned into firing holes. The hall houses an important 17C vault owned by one of the captains of the tower. The troubadour room, on the second floor, is connected by a staircase to the room of the low lookout, the lower one. It provides access to the latrines and to the salle du capitaine (captain’s room) through a defense corridor. The Captain’s Room is located on the second floor and is connected by a defense corridor to the troubadour room. It provides access to the  salle des coussièges (cushion room). It is also connected by a staircase to the walkway on the third floor. It used to be the residence of the captain and his family. The salle des coussièges (hall of cushions)  is an open recess on the captain’s room that also gives access to the captain’s study. The captain’s study is accessible from the cushion room. The tower has a chapel, located on the second floor, vertical to the entrance of the tower, probably playing a role of symbolic protection. It is directly connected to the reception room, on the first floor by a staircase, and to the walkway, by another staircase. The walkway is located on the third floor, and gives access to the guard corridor and the petite salle des gardes. (small guard room). It is connected to the second floor by a staircase to the captain’s room at one end, and at the other end by a staircase to the chapel. The small guard room served as a shelter and resting place between two rounds. The fourth floor Salle de veille du capitaine (Captain’s watch room), and the fifth floor, the  Terrace.

A bit of history I like

The tower of Saint-Nicolas  14C  is one of the three towers of the seafront of La Rochelle, and one of the emblematic of the Old Port , of which it constitutes the majestic door of entry. For five centuries it provided for the defense of the pass and served as a point of attachment to the chain, stretched from the other side, which was used to prohibit access to the port. The construction of the Saint-Nicolas tower  begins, according to the sources, around 1345 or between 1374 and 1394.  From 1652 to 1659, the tower houses the Hamburg’s naval carpenters companions, who came to La Rochelle to set up a shipyard. From 1569, and more widely during the 16C and 17C, the tower was used episodically weapons depot, powder keg and prison during the wars of religion: Huguenots were locked there between 1682 and 1686, at the the time of the revocation of the Edict of Nantes. During the French revolution, the tower was used until 1793 to imprison Chouans (local rebels against the French revolution).

The official National Monuments of France on the towers of La Rochelle

The La Rochelle tourist office on the towers

There you go folks, this is an amazing Nicolas tower and well worth the visit to La Rochelle, a beautiful city indeed.

And remember, happy travels, good health, and many cheers to all !!!

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August 3, 2022

The Domaine de Trevarez of St Goazec !!

We headed north to our neighbor Finistére dept 29 and were in and around the town of St Goazec where we saw marvels such as this one the wonderful Domaine de Trévarez , a castle and park just outside of city center before arriving on the D36 road.  This one I feld needed a post on its own because its wonderfully beautiful and still in renovations, however you can see two of the three floors of the castle and the vast park/gardens. Therefore, let me update this older post for you and me and tell you a bit more on the Domaine de Trévarez.


The Château de Trévarez is located in the limits of the town of Saint-Goazec, but outside no the road D36 that leads you to city center/downtown. Built at the end of the 19C by James de Kerjégu, president of the general council of Finistère to welcome his worldly relations, it is, with its park open to the public, an important monument of Finistère. The castle is both an example of eclectic style, combining Victorian and Neo-Gothic styles with elements of Breton decor, and a prototype of the house equipped with the latest technological advances of the time: elevator, central heating, running water, electricity , etc. Its wrought iron door, was also exhibited and awarded in 1903 at the Grand Palais in Paris before being installed in the castle. Very damaged in 1944 by an Allied bombing, it has since been bought and put in value by the general council of Finistère.


A bit of history I like

The name of Trévarez is of Breton origin. It comes from “Trev”, which means district or place formerly inhabited. In 1567, the barony is erected in Marquis de la Roche by Henry III, for the benefit of the knight Troilus de Mesgouez, who was page at the court of Catherine de Medici before being the lover. Governor of the city of Morlaix, then viceroy of New France in 1578. It was his niece, Anne de Coëtanezre, Marquise de la Roche and Laz, and wife of Charles de Kernezne, who made the manor of Trévarez their ordinary residence . The mansion was totally rebuilt during the 17C.

It was inherit by Louise de Bot du Grégo, only daughter of Charles-François Jules du Bot and Marquess du Grégo, wife of Viscount Antoine-Henry d’Amphernet of Pontbellanger, who was Chouan (rebel vs the French revolution) and she denounced him to the troops of Gen. Hoche (Gen of the army of the west to crutch the rebellion), which was her lover. Louise du Grégo will succeed, thanks to her relations, to spare Trévarez from revolutionary looting. Widow, she will then marry General Bonté in the chapel of Trévarez. The castle remains today the manor, completely modified and modernized in 1860 by François de Kerjégu, the Chapel Saint-Hubert, formerly dedicated to Notre-Dame, then rebuilt in 1699 and placed under the patronage of Saint Hubert, patron of hunters, and the Fontaine Saint-Hubert, dated 1700, nestled at the foot of the current Castle.


During WWII, the Castle of Trévarez served, from October 1939, to receive the classified objects and collections of museums, from the Pas-de-Calais. In July 1940, the castle will be requisitioned by the Nazi occupation forces and serves as a resting place for kriegsmarine submariners stationed at the port of Brest between two missions at sea and Japanese submariners stationed at the port of Lorient.


In 1968 , it will be bought by the General Council of Finistère, which will start a progressive renovation, starting with the outside of the castle and the gardens. The roof of the castle will be restored in 1993, revealing its metallic structure. However, a chimney will be missing on the new roof, which disappeared during the bombing. Reopened in 1971, the garden, now 85 hectares, is labeled “Remarkable Garden”. There was an impressive colony of bats, protected species, in the attic or basement. Eight different species coexisted in the abandoned castle. They now have a special place at the entrance of the attic. Today, it houses the National Collection of Rhododendron Cultivars, with about 700 varieties, the Certified Collections of Cultivars as well as botanical species of the genus Camellia, some of which are extremely rare, as well as extensive collections of heathergrass ( Camellia, Hydrangea, Pieris …), as well as various trees, such as Japanese maples, oaks, Virginia tulip trees, silver limes, as well as several hundred-year-old conifer species (Monterey pines, Scots pines, Sequoia, Sequoiadendron , Sciadopitys, Thujopsis, Thuja plicata ‘Aurea’).



The Finistére dept 29 heritage site on the castle

The official parks and gardens of Brittany on the castle

The Châteauneuf du Faou local tourist office on the castle :

There you go folks, you have all you need to come enjoy this wonderful domaine about an hour from my house by car. The best entry is to take from front office to the stables and then the chemin des camélias hilly but wonderful trees and takes you right in front of the castle. Good for a whole day if you are into nature , and there is a cafe inside on the stable building as well as a boutique at the left entrance to the castle. Hope you have enjoy the Domaine de Trévarez of St Goazec as I

And remember , happy travels, good health, and many cheers to all !!!

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August 3, 2022

Some news from Spain CXXVIII

And back at you with my series of some news from Spain !!! thanks to you all. There is lots of things going on in my beloved Spain, and it is summer awesome as folks are coming back ! I am eagerly looking forward to be back too!! Let me tell you the latest tidbits of news chosen by yours truly, Enjoy it as Spain is everything under the Sun!

The heat wave continues: orange alert in 10 communities that will reach 42 degrees Andalusia, Aragon, the two Castillas, Extremadura, Galicia, the Community of Madrid, Navarra, La Rioja and the Canary Islands are on orange alert due to very high temperatures, In the entire province of Seville, the orange alert has been activated for temperatures of up to 40 degrees, as in Ávila, Salamanca and Ourense, They will have 39 in the Ribera del Ebro in Zaragoza, at points in Valladolid and Zamora; on the banks of the Ebro in La Rioja and Navarra and in the metropolitan area, south, west and Las Vegas in the Community of Madrid. In the Canary Islands, the orange alert is for maximums of up to 28 degrees at noon in Gran Canaria, while in the rest of the archipelago the warning is yellow for temperatures that will not drop below 34 degrees at noon and for force 7 winds on the coasts of the islands central and western. Castilla-La Mancha maintains a yellow warning activated for storms throughout the community, except in the province of Guadalajara, and for heat that will reach 39 degrees in the Guadiana valley in Ciudad Real, while in Galicia there is the same level of alert in points of Lugo, Ourense and Pontevedra due to heat between 34 and 38 degrees. In the Valencian Community, the yellow alert is for maximums that at noon will be between 36 and 38 degrees in the province of Valencia. The AEMET (Spain weather service) warns that with the orange alert there is a significant meteorological risk, with a certain degree of danger for usual activities, and with the yellow there is no meteorological risk for the general population, although there is for some specific activity, Keep cool , easy in my dear Spain !

From Alto de Acevo to Santiago. Almost 170 km make up the Primitive Way, an itinerary frequented by the Asturian-Galician people during the 9-10C. In 2015 it was recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, The Primitive Way is the first pilgrimage route and links Oviedo with Santiago de Compostela. It had its great moment in the 9C and 10C until León became the capital of the kingdom and the monarchs began to promote the French Way. Today, this route continues to be an alternative for pilgrims devoted to the collection of relics in the cathedral of San Salvador de Ovidio and Lugo, which enjoys the papal privilege of exhibiting the Blessed Sacrament day and night. The route goes from Melide, where they connect the Primitive Way and the French Way to Arzúa. A 14.5-km section that takes just under four hours , Starting from Melide, and after visiting its church, the route takes the pilgrim through Boente and Ribadiso, the latter being reached by crossing a bridge over the Iso river, next to the which is the hostel, one of the most beautiful on the French Way. From here, the pilgrim heads towards Arzúa, the land of cheese par excellence. In another way from Ourense in a clear example of that infinite beauty. In addition, one of the Caminos de Santiago passes through this province, which you have to do at least once in your life. We are talking about the Vía de la Plata or Camino Mozárabe, one of the oldest that allows the pilgrim to enjoy the wonders that exist from Andalusia to Galician lands. Enjoy it !!

It starts in the renovated Plaza de España, La Estival, with a varied cultural offer. Outdoor cinema, music and gastronomy will liven up the days in the center of Madrid. The program includes the screening of titles such as The Artist, The Day of the Beast, Cinema Paradiso or Back to the Future, as well as concerts of film soundtracks such as Amélie. In the enclosure there will also be food stalls, gazebos and rest areas to create the perfect atmosphere for summer, webpage :

The Almadén bullring in Ciudad Real, Castilla La Mancha, which was completed in 1765, is linked to the San Rafael Miners Hospital and the men who worked in the mines, This is the only hexagonal bullring in Spain, one of the oldest and currently houses the Hotel Plaza de Toros, the Tourist Office and the Bullfighting Museum, and for having a wide cultural heritage. It is currently a third category plaza and has its own bugle calls, including that of death. Webpage :

The ship Antonio de Ulloa crosses the waters of the Canal de Castilla again ! The Canal de Castilla, the only navigable one in Spain today, was born in the 18C, in the time of King Fernando VI and the influential Marquis of Ensenada. The latter proposed to the monarch a network of navigation channels to transport the grain produced by the plateau. Its innovative system of locks was designed to bridge the unevenness of the river and allow cereals to be transported to the northern ports at a time when land communications made this task very difficult. Thus, those who travel on the back of the Antonio de Ulloa enter a short section of the route that barges traveled years ago, pulled by mules that walked along its banks. In addition, the branches of the canal also cross the provinces of Palencia and Burgos, with their own tourist options. There is , also, a combination with the Canal Tren de Castilla or Castile Canal Train. This tourist initiative proposes the complete plan: a round trip by train from Madrid (or Segovia) to Valladolid to enjoy a day of leisure, culture and gastronomy until December 4, one Sunday a month. Webpage :

More on the RENFE train boat webpage :

A bullfight, three Novilladas and a bullfighting (rajonero) show for the month of August 2022 in Las Ventas, Madrid, The Plaza 1 company, which will repeat another four years as concessionaire of the Las Ventas bullring, has scheduled a total of five festivities for the month of August in the bullring of Madrid, among them the one on August 15, celebration of the Virgen de la Paloma (a big festival of Madrid, not to miss). That of this traditional date will be the only bullfight of the month. Webpage :

The Puerta de Alcalá offers from July 30 to October 2 (July and August: Saturdays and Sundays) the opportunity to visit it and get to know it from a unique point of view. Heritage emblem of the city of Madrid, (and need to say it again lived not far from it!) it is immersed in a restoration project that will take place between 2022 and 2023. The platform used to carry out these studies allows you to climb to the cornice of the monument, accessing through one of the modules of scaffolding, while a specialized guide explains the keys and master lines that will guide the process of intervention in the Puerta de Alcalá. Lasting 50 minutes, each visit is made up of a group of 18 people over the age of 18. Built between 1769 and 1779, designed by the royal architect and engineer Francisco Sabatini, it is a solid construction with five openings, the three central ones point and the two sides with lintels and of lower height., More than 200 years of history with five interventions that have always kept the traces of the war events that took place in its vicinity: the entry into Madrid of the French army on December 3, 1808 during the War of Independence( or Peninsular War) ; again the access of a military contingent in the city on May 23, 1823, the One Hundred Thousand Sons of San Luis, and a tank battle in 1939. webpage :

More info on restoration webpage :

The brotherhood between the creators Joaquín Sorolla and Mariano Benlliure serves as a precise metaphor and fine-tuned plan for this month of August 2022. While in the Chamberí museum, where the painter lived, you can still visit the Sorolla and Benlliure exhibition. A friendship, two artists, about the brotherhood that personally and creatively nurtured these prolific Valencians and their families, in the streets of Madrid you can also see multiple figures chiseled by the sculptor, such as the equestrian statue of Alfonso XII that watches over the Retiro pond , one of those popular beaches in Madrid, so longed for and frequented in summer when municipal regulations allow it ; the closeness and deep admiration that began to forge from their adolescence in Valencia and that even linked their artistic careers: although Sorolla was slow to obtain the recognition that Benlliure had garnered before, such as the honorable mention at the National Exhibition in Madrid, between 1890 and 1901 they worked tirelessly and enjoyed success and recognition at the same time, such as the gold medal at the Universal Exhibition in Paris in 1900. Until both reached the Olympus of history: one, as a master impressionist and luminist; the other, as the last 19C realist. Thus, as a tribute to the 75th anniversary of Benlliure’s death, the Sorolla museum adds eight sculptures that for the first time, and until October, 2022 are gathered in this same enviable garden space at any time of the year, together with letters, drawings and photographs that testify to the creative symbiosis. In fact, if today the oil painting Boys on the Beach (1909) can be seen in the Museo del Prado along with 22 other canvases that the art gallery conserves, it was thanks to Benlliure preferring that Sorolla donate this gift that he offered to his dear friend. And the other way around: the limestone statue that has welcomed the public in the Sorolla museum’s garden since 1932, with a Sorolla brandishing a palette and brush in the sunlight, is the fruit and gift of Benlliure. Also the plaster Study for the monument to Velázquez (1900), never before exhibited before to the visitor. In the Chamberí museum you can also visit the exhibition ‘Sorolla in black’, inaugurated last month, which brings together up to 62 works by the artist, some unpublished -such as ‘Maria painting’ (1911), which have been selected from the collection and loans from institutions and individuals. Another point of view on the master who portrayed the light of the Mediterranean without equal. The Sorolla Museum presents the darkest exhibition of the Valencian: a compilation of more than 62 works belonging to his beginnings, in which he used brown and black tones. The original sample represents the opposite of what one expects to see from the painter, known for his paintings full of light and color. Among the paintings that can be seen are the Portrait of Manuel Bartolomé Cossío (1908), which is exhibited for the first time in Spain for decades, Portrait of Juan Antonio García del Castillo (1887), recently acquired by the Ministry of Culture and Sports for the Sorolla Museum, or S.M. Queen Maria Cristina. Study for La Regencia (1903-1905), restored for the exhibition, Shown until November 27 2022, Museo Sorolla museum, Paseo del General Martinez Campos, 37, webpage :

Last April,2022, the Repsol Guide launched the Soletes de Carretera, a list with more than 300 bars, restaurants and cafes that recognizes the quality of these establishments located on the busiest roads in the 50 provinces of Spain, Some of my known and visited are :

AUTOVÍA A-1 : Restaurant Area Boceguillas (A-1, km 115, Boceguillas, Segovia , and the El lagar de Milagros (Autovía N-1, exit km 146, Milagros, Burgos,
AUTOVÍA A-2 : Area 103 (Autovía A-2, km 103, Almadrones, Guadalajara, and Area 280 (A-2, km 281 Calatorao, Zaragoza
AUTOVÍA A-3 : Bar Venta San José (Autovía del Este, km 124, Villares del Saz, Cuenca; and Las Bairetas (Ramón y Cajal, s/n, Valencia
AUTOVÍA A-4 : Hostal El Amigo Restaurant (Ctra. de Andalucía, km 57, 200, Ocaña, Toledo
AUTOVÍA A-6 : La Magdalena de Combarros (N-VI, km. 335, Combarros, León,

Therefore, if you are on the roads of Spain, you know where to stop and get a full of Spanish service, friendliness and good food !

As usual by me lately some wine suggestion to try at home or when visiting Spain, En vino veritas !!

Finca Rio Negro Nº 5,The most exclusive reference of this winery (Finca Rio Negro) that is committed to high-altitude wines at 1,000 meters, next to the Sierra Norte de Guadalajara Natural Park in Castilla La Mancha. Made using artisanal methods with the Tempranillo and Cabernet Sauvignon varieties, it is a wine for aging with a long and careful process of at least five years, destined to continue improving in the bottle for many more years. The result is a red wine with an intense, elegant and complex aroma, where notes of ripe black fruit predominate, combined with notes of new wood, spices and balsamic. On the palate it is fleshy, persistent and balanced.

Monte Real de Familia Reserva, Iconic brand of Bodegas Riojanas. Classically made, it incorporates innovative elements to extract the varietal aromas, the polyphenols and the ripe tannins that reside in the skin. This Tempranillo born in the heart of Cenicero (in Rioja Alta) is aged in oak barrels for at least 12 months and then refined in the bottle for a minimum of 6 months. Ripe fruits, strawberries and liquorice are perceived on the nose, while on the palate it is subtle, tasty and with a long finish.

Conde de San Cristobal, Reserva Especial 2018, The Bodega Conde de San Cristóbal, located on the so-called golden mile of Ribera del Duero, in Pago de Valdestremero, signs a limited edition red wine (with a production of 12,976 bottles) made with Tinta Fina, from a plot located at about 900 meters altitude. Characteristics that make this reference the most exclusive of the brand. After aging for 18 months in French oak barrels, the result is a balanced and fine wine with a deep, complex, tasty and powerful aroma on the palate.

There you go folks, another dandy tour of my beloved Spain ! Summer is here with all that heat wave as well. Time to enjoy sunny Spain once again, and we are gear up for it! Hope you enjoy the post as I.

And remember ,happy travels, good health, and many cheers to all !!!

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