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Bodegas Finca Rio Negro, Cogolludo
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Bodegas Finca Rio Negro is located in Cogolludo. Plan to visit Bodegas Finca Rio Negro and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Cogolludo attractions using our Cogolludo itinerary planner.
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Sorprende ya la zona, Cogolludo, sus vistas y la magnífica finca. Luego, la bodega, los viñedos, los edificios auxiliares son una delicia, aunque no tanto como el exquisito trato de José Manuel, nuest... read more »Surprisingly, already the area, Cogolludo, their views and the magnificent estate. Then, the winery, the vineyards, them buildings auxiliary are a delight, though not both as the exquisite try of José Manuel, our host. Of auction, the tasting of the exceptional wines, accompanied of tasty food. Please don't miss this visit.show original
Pasamos un domingo muy bonito gracias sobre todo a la visita de esta estupenda bodaga de Río Negro. El mismo propietario y fundador del sabroso vino es el que te ensaña la finca y te transmite su amor... read more »We spent a very nice Sunday thanks to the visit of this super bodaga of Río Negro. The same owner and founder of tasty wine is that you impose the estate and transmit you his love for this special beverage. Although of expertise technical is a little more loose, is compensates for by the beautiful finca, the ride between them vineyards and the tasting end with a pairing delicious. Totally recommended.show original
Al interés de la visita a una bodega de vino de calidad, se le añade una presentación muy agradable, un entorno expectacular y una degustación sobresaliente (por los vinos, el aperitivo y la presentac... read more »The interest of the visit to a wine cellar, add a very nice presentation, an environment spectacular and an outstanding tasting (for wines, aperitif and presentation). Very reconendable no doubt.show original
Rebeca SaezA wine cellar in a village of la mancha that I really like: Guadalajara. By its geographical features, it is a unique and different place. More than 1000 metres above the sea level, they work with different grapes and stand out for the quality of the wines. White wine, which I liked, be called a Spanish Albarino. With nuances, delicate and very suitable to enjoy with friends in a lunch or light dinner. Recommended the visits on weekends, you learn many things from the area and wine cellar.show original
Miguel Elvira CalvoA site and a great wine.show original
Alvaro CondeUnbeatable received treatment. Excellent view and knowledge. Seeing the affection with which they treat things the excellence of the final product is understood easy. Highly recommended the red in 2010.show original
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