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Hoya de Cadenas, Utiel
(2.8/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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  • The cellar is very interesting, but the visit is very fast with little information. It starts in the old wine cellar converted into a beautiful mansion. It has a collection of barrels designed by various artists very curious. Continues with a walk in train the vineyards and visit to the new winery.
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  • Perfect weekend. Visit the Goya of chains of Vicente Gandia Winery, guided by someone encanadora and delivered to visitors are pleasantly delighted with everything that surrounds the winery. Vineyards, barrels, House, Museum, tasting its wines, etc to return. Purchase could of course not miss in your shop after tasting the wines. Recommended 100% delighted!
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  • The visit is in general very well; perhaps slightly accelerated, with little time to browse. I miss some explanation about characteristics of the terrain, weather, D.O during the route of the train. The original super Museum and Fab wine tasting. But to start, a highly recommended experience. You have to try their wines
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  • I apologize for my Spanish. It is my duty writing my opinion for this "Winery", I visited because I am importing wine in the UK, was in the area visiting clients and I was curious to know the giant of the area. Our group was treated as tourists on a large beach cheap Hotels chain, nothing professionalism, the only guides know to tell a story that is memorized, Winery is a large showcase, nothing is really real, they buy and sell millions of litres, they do nothing in this small Winery. It was a mistake and a waste of time, I do not recommend the tour to this "" "bodega" "" and of course I do not recommend the wine of Vicente Gandia, the cheapest in UK supermarkets
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  • A visit excellent and great. First took us to the Gallery underground where they have the wine, they explained the filling process of the barrels, the type of special having and as influences in the wine. We were then taken by train to the factory where begins the process of wine. Then took us to the old House of the owners and the Museum have with barrels painted and decorated by Valencian artists. We finally made a great tasting, where they explain on how observe the wine, look for nuances in the nose and taste the wine. A brutal experience that supposedly was 90 minutes and has taken us two hours. That's great.
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  • I do not usually write reviews, but to show my coworkers the place that should not go if they want to visit a winery, I've seen that you could write here something and I decided to tell my experience. We went a couple of weeks at the winery hoya of chains, the service was horrible, it seemed that we molestábamos them for being there, they taught us the facilities without any motivation, facilities very modern and well decorated, everything must be said, but lacking that charm that one expects to see when visiting a winery. When the responsible tourism "that the poor girl didn't have much idea" term, we tasted a wine, and 5 minutes later we were already put on the street, looking in google other Winery utiel to visit not to feel that we had lost the morning and luckily we saw one that had nothing to do with say that we teach it the owner and not responsible for tourism I say everything.
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  • Winery do not, have not been ever, but the wine, for me, considering my palate and the relationship quality price is scary!.!
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  • I can tell you otherwise, explained all José Luis, the technical manager of the winery, and took us to the old family home in full vineyard, we are so at ease that we return walking rejecting the trenecillo. Surely you did not have luck.
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