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Museo Provincial del Vino

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Museo Provincial del Vino

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We will visit the Plaza de San Pablo, one of the best known squares in Valladolid. Its name is from the church of San Pablo, it is believed that its construction was between the years 1445 and 1468.<br>Then we will go to Ribera del Duro, when we arrive we will visit Curiel Castle which stands on a rocky hill, at the highest point in the province of Valladolid, which watches over the Douro Valley and, at the foot of the hill, the town that gives its name to the castle. The castle stands on a hill next to the Horcajo stream, which discharges into the Douro. We will finish the tour with a visit to the Protos Winery, carried out by Rogers Stirk Harbor + Partners, it is an industrial project where the winemaking process is seen, from the grape harvest to the bottling of the wines. Most of the internal space of the winery is underground, here the thermal mass of the soil is used to keep the wine fresh.
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Willy wrote a review Nov 2019
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This is a very educative altough small museum inside Peñafiel castle, located in the Peñafiel town, it is worth visiting. I encourage you to do so.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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John F wrote a review Oct 2019
Claypole, United Kingdom596 contributions290 helpful votes
The museum is accessed via the Castillo. It presents what it claims to be an interactive guide, but is wholly in Spanish. Given that it is for tourists, a growing number of whom will have English as a first or second language, it is surprising that no information is available in other than Spanish which I found difficult. There did appear to be information available via QR codes but if you don’t have your phone, or the app, then that’s of no use. Nonetheless, informative and well presented, although you’ll get much the same information on any one of the bodega tours available.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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boski wrote a review Aug 2019
Island of Malta, Malta398 contributions266 helpful votes
We stayed in this town for 5 nights as a base to explore the area, we used self-catering accommodation and used the supermarkets a lot, there are at least 3 in town and are all different in what they sell, and the whole experience so make sure you go to all three if staying local. The town is great to walk around loads of charm and history. The castle is amazing from a distance and up close we did not go inside because its controlled by wine drinkers and there is no freedom to enjoy this amazing monument. What a shame for castle lovers.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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mrbryan wrote a review Jul 2019
Portland, Oregon113 contributions47 helpful votes
We were visiting many wineries, so this was a natural compliment to our trip. It is a modern, sleek museum with interesting artifacts and presentations, taking one from the earliest days of wine making to the present. It’s a handsome space within the old castle, and well worth a visit.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Ymwelydd_o_Gymru wrote a review Sep 2018
Cardiff21 contributions31 helpful votes
Fab reviews from the castle worth a visit. Tour is long if you have no Spanish. Wine museum was fab. Download the app before arriving as the WiFi slow. Very informative museum using different mediums. Worth the effort of listening to the app if you can't speak Spanish. Enjoyec smelling the aromas with the help of Google translate!
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Date of experience: September 2018
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