September 16, 2013 by Romotur Travel
A recent article published in Los Angeles Times shows this typical basque beverage to american public.The article claims that the vineyards of Getariako Txakolina, one of three sub-zones that make up the appellation, are planted on bluffs above the blue-blue Bay of Biscay just west of San Sebastian and its thrilling restaurants. And the wine picks up a little of that salty character from the breezes coming off the Atlantic.
It also explains that maybe it is the proximity to the sea that makes this wine so attuned to seafood. The vineyard sites near Getaria are magnificent, especially in summer, when rows and rows of green vines comb the steep, difficult-to-work hillsides.
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