Bodegas Finca Rio Negro, Cogolludo
(5/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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  • Great, great visit. While we wait for that reach all the people who make up the Group's visit, they served us their target, and we are counting on the wine. Soon comes the owner of wineries and the visit starts. The very nice man. After the visit, we reach the pairing of 3 wines with various dishes to chop. All very well. Totally recommended.
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  • We were time with the desire to visit the winery and it has finally become reality. One very good experience of the environment, the explanations and tasting of products. Recommended
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  • We were advised by a member of the family who had already visited it previously, so we went with appointment to visit the winery. Arrived early and the staff was lovely, welcome drink and a magnificent explanation of his farm and his winery, both the gender and the complex process of preparation of the different types of wine. The tasting of three wines that we tasted were accompanied magnificent dishes for snacks and that among the wine well. No doubt we will repeat in the future.
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  • Unbeatable 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.
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  • A 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.
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  • A site and a great wine.
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