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Emilio Moro Winery, Pesquera de Duero
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Me esperaba mucho más de esta bodega.soy un fan de jose moro y el enologo Alvaro,la visita me pareció muy mecanizada,después de visitar más de cinco bodegas en la ribera y toro durante una semana me d... read more »Expected me much more from this bodega.soy a fan of José moro and winemaker Alvaro, the visit seemed to me highly mechanized, after visiting more than five wineries in the Bank and toro during a week I decepciono a little, I expected more. Wineries as Cair.pagos of carraovejas .abadia retuerta, or it family eguren in bull were espectaculares.lo good were to try the best wines of the winery.; upon payment. The only thing I packed inside, was make me a photo with José moro and alvaro the enologo.seguire following .a greetingshow original
One of the highlights when we are able to make it to Spain is touring the various wine regions, as wine is a huge passion for both me and my wife. For this vacation, we were staying in the Rioja area ... read more »
We booked the luxury visit at Emilio Moro which included the tasting of their top wines. As I have been drinking Emilio Moro wines for many year, it was really interesting to visit the property and sa... read more »
Carlos Alt BusteloWinery where innovation and modernity go hand in hand with quality. One of its current owners, José Moro, shows with its frenetic activity to position the wines of the winery in the world. His specialty young wines, who look for aged wines like gran reserva this is not your wine cellar. Thanks you for visiting the absence of videos and the availability of a guide who can perform all sorts of questions. Know the Ribera del Duero is to visit wineries with a passion for their work, like this. Currently they take to market one million two hundred thousand bottles per year.show original
Francisco González HerrerasVisit and memorable meal. Great care and great quality price work in the wine-grower sector for years and the dramatic shift that has experienced Bodegas Emilio Moro is remarkable: a week ago we asked a visit to the winery with lunch, three of our colleagues were foreign, so the visit was to be in another language. arriving at the winery, any problem: visit to Emilio Moro in English without leaving a detail, with special care by their staff to explain the history of the winery and different winemaking processes. I don't know who is the user who complains that there is no explanatory videos; gentlemen, this not is BURGER KING, is a WINERY, make wine. was a long and detailed, responding to questions visit being free photograph every last detail of the winery. Finally, a lunch in conditions with lamb, ham sausage and asparagus. In short a delight, and a pleasure to visit to the winery. To repeat it every year, so a stroll along the river bank, that although time does not accompany, the views are wonderfulshow original
Ignacio FernándezGastronomic paradise. Cathedral.show original
David IniestaToday we visited the Bodega Emilio Moro. The visit has been more like a monologue between barrels and they have not stopped us to ask questions about the March, we have been told that we kept them to the end. We have been really disappointed. I have visited many wineries and is the first time that I charge on a visit without doing their work, since after the barrel room we have uploaded directly to the catas-restaurante room, they have served us 3 wines in 3 cups and have told us: enjoy our wines, leaving us completely alone in the room. They have gone right in the most important moment of the visit. We are left without the guided tasting. To take me to a wine and a top I go to any bar or take me home and choose the wine that comes in wins. Visiting a winery to learn about the processes of wine and taste the result commenting on notes of tasting, feelings, etc. And this has shone by their absence. And it is not free, that they have been well charged 20 euros for beard. Really disappointing. The wine isn't bad, but less vanity and more humility. And please, do well their work during the visits and guided tasting. If it is not like going to a restaurant to finish cooking the same.show original
Luís CerezoYou can not do and worse consider a visit to a wine cellar, many people on the run, without desire, without a video of welcome and explanation, since we could not see anything more than three basic rooms and wine tasting with a few sad peaks and in fifteen minutes were already teaching us the door. Regrettable. If you still want to go, a Council, purchased before in the village cheese and chorizo to accompany the tasting and see how things changeshow original
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