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  How do mysteries, secrets, originate? In itself it is something mysterious. And it seems that the inhabitants of Galicia, however, know it well. These are the keys revealed by THE TELEGRAPH newspaper in its digital edition, through the excellent article, The spectacular Spanish region that the British haven't discovered by Annie Benett, which appeared on March 17th. “Galicia is one of those places where people live very well indeed but don’t really feel the need to shout about it – which might explain why, despite being a popular holiday destination for Spaniards, relatively few Britons make it there. In...

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And not only wine…

Galician beers "1906", from Estrella de Galicia, are among the best in the world. It is already known that Galician water is special. And that Galicians know how to transform it into wonderful things. To eat and to drink. And it is not by magic: it is knowing how to do every step of the process well and work hard. And of course, everyone recognizes it. World Beer Challenge, much more than a contest. Only the best beers enter here. And in this edition of 2019, "The 1906 family of beers maintains its position in the best beers in the...

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Galicia, a land of water and wine…

It is not just rivers, green meadows and leafy forests, rocky shores and endless beaches. Galicia is also a gastronomic culture that has been appreciated for thousands of years. Its natural conditions lend themselves to the cultivation or growth of vegetable and animal species that are highly valued at the table, from the Romans to our days. Today we bring to this window of the natural life of Galicia one of the Galician elements with more strength and development inside and outside Spain: the wines of Galicia. Following this link, you will find a Galician liquid delicacy. ©Photo: https://www.galiciaenvinos.es/

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                          Romans planted the vineyards thousands of years ago. Since then, the River Sil Canyon takes care of their green properties without rest. Since then, people of Ribeira Sacra, in the South of Galicia, practices an incredible way of producing wine: heroic viticulture is the official name in all the world. And in this area of Galicia it has the qualification of being the most risky of all. Working on more than 30% slopes. No machinery, not even animals to help. Hours of selecting grapes and carrying them on...

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Let’s go to the fair!

  This is a country that still has strong agricultural and livestock producing roots, so the fair is the genuine market for the farmers. They existed long before the large commercial centers, the stock markets and the general stores. The markets are held in the open air and have old fashioned flavors, medieval, comparable to the most traditional fairground food pulpo a feira, that with a good glass of wine helps one to continue through the fair looking for opportunities, haggling prices and seeing natural life and people in front of your eyes. We have fairs in almost all the...

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Tosta de Otouno Photo © http://www.tabernadolabrego.com/ It is a combination of grelos cream (a bitter-sweet vegetable, very common in Galician cooking) and  pork knuckle cooked in Ribeira Sacra wine, all over a wheat bread toast. And above all, a roasted chestnut and different red and black forest fruit. It is called Tosta de Otouno, and it is served warm over a slate plate. This Autumn delight costs just 1,50€. You can find this kind of tapas in many bars and cafeterias all around Galicia. This one was enjoyed at Taberna do Labrego, just in the Camino de Santiago.

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