Bullas wine route: Bodega Monastrell
Bullas Ruta del Vino: the Monastrell winery specializes in organic and vegan wine production In the highly competitive world of wine production the small winery of Bodega Monastrell in Bullas has carved out a niche for itself in the field of organic and even vegan wines, having developed a range of products derived from the grapes grown at its picturesque vineyards in the Aceniche valley. The company was formed by Alfonso and Mavi, a..

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Bullas wine route: Bodegas del Rosario
Bullas Ruta del Vino: the winery and shop of Bodegas del Rosario are both in the town of Bullas The “Bodegas del Rosario” cooperative is the largest wine producer in the Bullas Denomination of Origin, and has been at the forefront of production in not only the municipality of Bullas, but also in the north-west of the Murcia region since it was the first venture of its kind to be founded in Bullas in 1950 by 37 individual producers. Bullas..

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How to book and navigate the Bullas Wine Routes, the Rutas del Vino
Practical information to help you enjoy a visit to Bullas The wine installations and attractions of the Rutas del Vino of Bullas can be enjoyed and visited in a number of ways, either by individuals or groups of any size. There are five Bodegas registered with the route, two of which are in the urban town and sell wine directly from their premises and three in the countryside which only receive visitors by prior arrangement. The bodegas..

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Traditional 2,000-year-old technique for wine making stays alive in Murcia, the last of its kind in the world
What was the Romans' secret to making wine? This is the incredible knowledge being kept alive in Murcia today… Murcia is famous across Spain and the world for its wine production, and several municipalities in the north of the Region – including Jumilla, Bullas and Yecla – have Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) to guarantee the quality of their wines.   Another thing that is marking out Murcia on the global wine stage is the..

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Bullas Bodegas: Bodega San Isidro
Bodega San Isidro is a Co-operative from which wine can be purchased directly Over a million litres of Cepas del Zorro wine is produced at the Bodega San Isidro every year The Bodega San Isidro in Bullas is a cooperative winery located just outside the town of Bullas itself, and uses state-of-the-art production technology to produce wine which is mostly sold in bulk within the domestic Spanish market. Grapes are delivered to the winery..

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Bullas Wine Route: Bodegas Lavia
Bodegas Lavia, a picturesque vineyard and winery on the Bullas Ruta del Vino This D.O. Bullas vineyard is located at 800 metres above sea level Bodegas Lavia is one of the wineries on the Bullas wine route, offering visitors an opportunity to see the vineyards where the grapes are grown and the production plant where the wines of Lavia, Lavia + and Finca Paso Malo are produced, as well as tasting the end result. Bodegas Lavia is located..

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Bullas Wine Route: Bodega Balcona
Bullas Ruta del Vino: Bodega Balcona can be visited by prior appointment Bodega Balcona is a family-run company which produces three wine labels from the grapes harvested on land in the Valle del Aceniche, and every effort is made to maintain the local viticultural and vinicultural traditions while at the same time incorporating state-of-the art technology into the production process.  The land on which the vineyards of Bodega Balcona..

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