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Before I write these lines, I must acknowledge that I am not a wine expert. However, I do like to sample the local brands from wherever I visit. The area of Santa Brigida boasts a number of wine cellars and vineyards in its township. Tourists...More
Visited the wine museum whilst staying in Las Palma's, nothing much to see, small room with some barrels and a gift shop where you can taste some wine, 1, euro 50 cents for a small glass. Wouldn't go out of the way to visit but...More
Overall, disappointing visit. They had 3 wines available to taste. Person working there seemed unmotivated, lacking training and understanding of wine, except may be for some superficial knowledge. You basically had to insist a lot to get any type of information. This is not the...More
During the X-Mas days we spend a week at the Canary Islands. We visited the Wine House Museum. It was very disappointing. We expected a real museum (wine cellar, wine barrels, press, tools) and a decent story about making wine. Nothing of this all.