"Of all the pure sensory pleasures that can be paid with money, that which provides wine, the pleasure of taste and pleasure to appreciate it, takes the highest degree."
Lanzarote and its wine
Lanzarote is Vino Vivo (Living Wine), slow melody of a noble heritage that believes in its dry subtropical climate by the ingenuity of previous generations.
Its people became an ally of the volcanic sands to win up to the last drop from an adverse weather, and has been forged in permanent struggle with low rainfall until decoding the secrets of the freshness the night brings.
Hidden in some cases, up to ten meters deep is the old soil, the fertile mantle, in which its veterans and renewed strains root.
And Cesar Manrique, in 1964, when he exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art in New York (MOMA) a selected work at global level for the prestigious shows Architects of Agriculture on concepts of pure agriculture made by the peasants of Lanzarote ...