The Arlanza Wine Route joins FINE #Winetourismexpo, the International Wine Tourism Fair to be held at Feria de Valladolid on March 1 and 2.
The route is located south of the city of Burgos and east of Palencia, where the river from which it gets its name furrows land of savin, cereals, sunflowers and vineyards protected by the Arlanza Wine Designation of Origin.
Through wine and wineries you can learn about the gastronomy, culture and heritage of the territory, highlighting the popular architecture of Covarrubias and its mountains.
The Tinta del País or Tempranillo grape, adapted to the area since ancient times, gives the wines of the Arlanza Wine Route their own personality. Other varieties, such as Garnacha, Mencía, Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Verdot, Merlot, Albillo or Viura, are also varieties authorized by the D.O. Arlanza Regulatory Council.