Delight in the Wines & Absorb the Heritage & Wonders of SPAIN
Dr. Joe Dispenza
September 17th – 26th, 2018
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Join me in this amazing opportunity to explore the culture, history, cuisine and powerful health benefits of red wines of Spain.
…Dr Joe Dispenza
Envision yourself in the heart of the wine country in Spain, exploring the culture, history and architecture of this vibrant country as you delve into the heritage of this extraordinary part of the world. Join us as Dr. Joe shares his insights, scientific research, ceremonies, stories of transformation and the mysteries and benefits of Red Wine.
We will be journeying into two of the most prominent wine regions of Spain and we’ll spend some time in Madrid.
The Rioja wine region is the home of bright, berry-scented, barrel-aged red wines made from Tempranillo and Garnacha. It is arguably Spain’s top wine region and is located in northern Spain. Rioja’s vineyards trace the course of the Ebro River for roughly 60 miles (100km) between the towns of Haro and Alfaro. Rioja was the very first Spanish region to be awarded DO status, back in 1933, and in 1991 became the first to be upgraded to the top-level DOCa (see Spanish Wine Labels). The region’s winemaking history stretches back to Roman times and has continued almost unbroken ever since. Production flourished between 200 B.C. and the sixth century A.D., as evidenced by amphorae and other wine-related artifacts uncovered by archaeological excavations. It slowed during the Moorish occupation of the Iberian Peninsula, which began with the dramatic invasion of 711 A.D. and lasted for several centuries until the Christian Reconquista of the late Middle Ages.
The Rioja wine region is contained mostly within the La Rioja administrative region after which it is named (itself named after the Rio Oja river which flows through it), although its northernmost vineyards creep over into neighboring Navarra and Pais Vasco (see Rioja Alavesa). The region is demarcated less by political and administrative boundaries and more by geographical features, namely the Ebro and foothills of the Sierra de la Demandaand Sierra de Cantabria mountain ranges.
Ribera del Duero
Ribera del Duero is a Spanish Denominación de Origen (DO) located in the country’s northern plateau and is one of the quality wine regions within the autonomous community of Castile and León. It is also one of several recognised wine-producing regions to be found along the course of the Duero river. The region is characterized by a largely flat, rocky terrain and is centered on the town of Aranda de Duero, although the most famous vineyards surround Peñafiel and Roa de Duero to the west, where the regional regulatory council or Consejo Regulador for the denominación is based.
Ribera del Duero was named Wine Region of the Year 2012 by the prestigious Wine Enthusiast Magazine.
Join Us on this Incredible Journey…
We are creating an intimate opportunity for a maximum of 50 participants. If you are interested in joining us, we recommend you register as soon as possible.
You will be staying at three very distinct and splendid establishments in northern Spain. Near Haro, your accommodations will be at a convent that was established in 1373 and later remodeled into a hotel. Your second home on this journey will be a 12th century monastery that has won several awards as the top hotel in Spain. In this monastery/hotel the rooms have a queen bed so you will be sharing a bed with someone. Your final destination is an Elizabethan-style hotel in a classic neighborhood of Madrid. The cost for this retreat is $5,600 per person, double occupancy… more details and photos
As you arrive in this vibrant and exciting country, it’s easy to feel the rich and unique culture of this historical wonder. We have great adventures planned for you here…splendid wineries in these world-famous wine regions;delving into Spanish cuisine; experiencing local culture; flamenco dancing; and awesome informative sessions with Dr. Joe… more more details and photos
Dr Joe has done some fascinating research on the effects and benefits of red wine. Also as teacher and lecturer, he has been invited to speak in more than 26 countries on six continents, educating thousands of people in his trademarked easy-to-understand, encouraging, compassionate style, detailing how people can re-wire their brains and re-condition their bodies to make lasting changes….more details and photos
Schedule your flight so you arrive into Bilbao (BIO) on September 17, 2018, between 11 am and 2 pm. This means for many of you from the U.S. or Canada that you will be leaving from your home airport on September 16th, 2018. For your return flight home, schedule your departure from Madrid (MAD) by mid-morning of September 26. more details
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