The chapel was lit by sunlight streaming through four modern stained glass windows, displaying fishes, sheaves of wheat and a bunch of grapes. Each window was also decorated with a wrapped wine bottle. This weeks Sunday Wine Shot. More photos of the chapel and vineyard on SpittoonExtra.
Bodega de Sarria is located in Señorio de Sarria, a nature reserve in the Valdizarbe area of Navarra.
Twenty-five kilometres from Pamplona and bordering Puente la Reina, the main focus in Navarra of the Pilgrims´ Way to Santiago, Señorio de Sarría extends over almost 1,300 hectares of lush forest, cool riverbanks and large estates. The trip through Señorío up to the winery, of about six miles, is beautifully surrounded by lush nature, wildlife and history so ancient that it goes back to the Romanization of the area. The road runs along the course of the river Arga to the town of Sarría, where you can see the splendid Huarte family Palace, passing through part of the lush forests in the area, will eventually bring you to the vineyards and the winery.” Senorio de Sarria
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