Bodega Monasterio de Corias - Cangas de Narcea, Cangas del Narcea

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  • Spent an hour here tasting wines and listening to the lovely Andrea who seems to do all the tours, salts etc herself. She let us taste whites and reds and did not rush us in any way. There was no hard sell. All wines produced by hand picking and each vintage is very small. Wines are pricey but very unique. Worth to visit especially if you are at the hostel next door - think they hav 2 trips daily 10.30 am and 6 pm
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  • I telephoned to indicate that it would today go to the winery with a pack of life is beautiful. I moved from El Bierzo for the experience and tell me the Guide's festival has gone to Portugal... Lost journey.
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  • It is a small Winery, but the guide is very nice and it shows that he knows and enjoys his work. It is interesting to know how to harvest in the area and the decline in number of hectares worked over time.
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  • Great wines, great location. OS I recommend that you discover this curious Winery, make guided tours at 12 and 16:30, something very advisable that you may understand the curious way of making wine in this appellation. In addition, at the end of the visit you can do a wine tasting in order to enjoy all of them and then take a bottle home...
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  • Beautiful Winery. The visit is free. With a tasting of their wines and liquors. I recommend the visit and don't forget to try their varietal wines and orujo of herbs...
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