History of wine in the world and seen from Ribera del Duero. Wine Origin The history of wine begins 5,000 years before Christ in China, Mesopotamia, and Georgia. Burning sun and some grapes begin to ferment. Someone eats those grapes and starts laughing nonstop. 1000 years before Christ are the Phoenicians, good merchants, and navigators

Castle of Arevalo Way from Madrid 1h 38 mins 138 kms Option 7, 8, 10  Castle of La Mota Way from Madrid 1h 38 mins 167 kms Option 1, 7, 9, 11 Medieval wall of Avila Way from Madrid 1h 26 min 119 kms Option 7, 11   Alcazar of Segovia Way from Madrid 1h 23

Why oak wine barrels? What is the purpose? If right now we stand before a crianza, reserva or gran reserva wine, and we look for something in common, surely oak wine barrels will automatically come to mind. And it is that without a doubt, our understanding would find it strange not to associate the concepts

Online Wine Tasting Madrid. We first make a virtual visit to the windmills of La Mancha  Visiting wineries from Madrid with Winebus.es has been rated as excellent in 93% by our clients in Tripadvisor. Now we suggest a virtual visit to the Windmills of Consuegra, a winery of La Mancha and a real wine tasting. We send you

When does the harvest start? Wine festivals. As if it were a migratory bird, the harvest progresses through Spain without delay in just over two intense months. The enormous climatic variability of the peninsula and its islands means that by the end of July the first bunches of grapes can already be harvested, with the

Parade of the three wise men At the Winebus, we are lucky to find memorable moments. Moments that one would think would never live. But that in our case it just happens. For our visitor everything is new. He is delighted with what he finds with what we show him. But for us, who have

The Festivity of la Rosa del Azafrán after visiting Bodegas Pago del Vicario. An unforgettable event. We are very lucky. We had a great time on many of our trips. We enjoy visiting the real Spain. You know, and if I don’t tell you, we intend to bring our visitors all that worthwhile point in

What to see in Medina del Campo? A lot of things. Medina del Campo is a great medieval city forgotten by the rise of Madrid. It is also forgotten when somebody goes to visit wineries in Rueda, which is only 10 miles away. Medina del Campo is a city enormously rich in history. It is