A wine tasting in a winery, a very special experience My first approach to the world of wine was to write about how new technologies could help wineries relate to the final consumer. This was a huge change. The wineries, which have a very small commercialization margin and in what they know how to compete

In a filling line of rosé wine. Many years ago I visited filling lines of manufacturers of soft drinks (Coca Cola / Pepsi Cola). There was a job that was the supervisor of the filling line. The function was to be staring at how the bottles passed in front and check that all the bottles

Wine and travel visitors are especially attractive We are lucky people. The activity we offer allows us to meet very interesting people who also come with the best of attitudes. They are not just people who like wine but move to visit wineries, travel and meet other people. All these characteristics define a specific profile.

Is a horse biting a bull’s ear in that picture? It’s not possible. I am in love with Seville. I love its life in its streets. And I love to go for tapas in their bars. The level of their tapas is for me the highest in Spain. Other cities are at a similar level

The secret gem of Segovia The bell tower of the cathedral of Segovia. When you visit Segovia, do not miss to visit the cathedral of Segovia. But in this town, there is also the Roman Aqueduct, two thousand years old. And the Alcazar of Segovia, so important in the history of Spain and the life

The history of wine began in Mesopotamia and Armenia It was not really 5 centuries ago. It was much earlier. Before the Romans. When the vacceos lived in this region there is evidence that they already drank wine. It is said that the history of wine began in Mesopotamia and Armenia 5000 years before Christ.

Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away. Breathless moments. I saw this phrase and what the phrase says happened to me. It took my breath away. We are in this world to live worthwhile moments, moments that make you lose your breath.

Don Quijote and Sancho Panza were on one of our tours. At the beginning of the tour, I didn’t pay much attention. I thought they were dressed quite strangely. But after being in La Mancha watching the windmills, the tallest began to say that he only saw giants. Giants? Where? Right in front of us!