Leaving Pamplona, I am on A-12 southwest bound towards Logrono.
Signs show various wineries along the route that I assume can be visited and toured.
Purple Mountain Majesty
This portion of the drive is awesome. Occasionally, I have to pull aside to let others that may not feel the same way as I do pass.
A cold local beer on a hot afternoon and I settle down with my travel companion, Acer. It is time to get caught up on e-mails and review the rest of my Spain itinerary.
Based on my Calimocho experience in Pamplona I have no trouble figuring out “Tinta”. It has to have something to do with wine which makes it an excellent choice.
Another order of bread is required to prevent any wine from being left behind. A relaxing lunch and it is an hour or two before I am back on the road again.
My surroundings become familiar again on N110.
I circumnavigate Soria and don’t get too excited when I see signs again for El Burgo de Osma. I now know America’s Most Wanted is not there.
Chasing the sun west, I continue on to Segovia.