The oldest winery in the Ribeira Sacra presents a complete offer of immersive, regenerative and positive impact wine tourism. This weekend, the meals return to the vineyard of the winery, on Saturday 14, Sunday 15 and Tuesday 17 May.
Trekking through the terraces, picnic on the banks of the Edo River, Cheese & Wine Pairing or tasting with a visit to the original winery, built in 1898, are other proposals of our Ponte da Boga winery that complete the offer of the area.
Our Ponte da Boga winery, the oldest winery in the Ribeira Sacra, reactivates its wine tourism offer and invites visitors to participate in different experiences around wine, and natural contact with wine and immersion in the impressive environment in which the winery is located.
This same weekend the “Meals to the Sarmiento” begin. A traditional proposal of barbecue using branch (branch of the vine strain that is pruned every year between the months of November to January), which provides organoleptic nuances very appreciated in grilled meals.
This experience is added to the concept of an immersive, regenerative and positive impact wine tourism, with the purpose of enhancing and natural knowledge of the vineyard culture in the Ribeira Sacra in simple harmony with its natural environment: trekking through the terraces, picnic on the banks of the river Edo, cheese & wine pairing or tastings with a visit to the historic winery itself, built in 1898.
Regenerative wine tourism is a tool for sustainable development. A lever for the recovery and benefit of the rural environment, in this case Ribeira Sacra where, in addition to touring the Sil and Miño, enjoying the route of the romanic or visiting artisans of the area, the vine has a fundamental role. Wineries like ours, Ponte da Boga, promote this type of regenerative tourism with a positive impact oriented towards a sustainable socio-economic development of the Ribeira Sacra.