A new experience in Spanish food and wine
Dust off your suitcase and book your flight. The upcoming Haro Station Wine Experience offers you the perfect excuse to head to Spain. Offering an incredible opportunity to experience Spanish food and wine, this exclusive one-day celebration has it all.
The Haro Station Wine Experience, (aka La Cata del Barrio de la Estación), brings together the seven wineries of the Haro Station District, including López de Heredia Viña Tondonia, CVNE, Gómez Cruzado, La Rioja Alta, S.A., Viña Pomal Bodegas Bilbaínas, Muga and Bodegas RODA. On Saturday, June 16, 2018, these wineries will open their doors to the public to give visitors a true taste of the region. Local chefs, some boasting multiple Michelin stars, will pair cuisine with the wines for a true gastronomic experience.
What’s to love about the Haro Station District?
If, like us, you’ve never been to the region, you’re probably thinking how is anyone supposed to visit seven wineries in one day? On foot, of course! It turns out, the wineries of the Haro Station District are all within easy walking distance of one another. In other words, the event is set to be one of the greatest culinary street parties of all time! We checked and yes, the streets will be closed to motor traffic.
For lovers of wine, Haro is one of the greatest historic sites in the world. It is the birthplace of Rioja. And it boasts the largest concentration of 100+ year old wineries on the planet. The Haro Station District is also one of the more notable regions for unique architecture in Spain. Architectural students flock to the area for the fascinating mix of traditional 19th century buildings and avant guarde works of architects including Zaha Hadid and Gustave Eiffel,
Planning your trip
Ready to book your trip? You can learn more about this once in a lifetime event at http://lacatadelbarriodelaestacion.com/en/. The website includes suggestions for accommodations.
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