A couple of weeks ago, I told you about our visit to the white village of Cómpeta for the Night of Wine (Noche del Vino).
Whilst we were there, I noticed a very interesting stall that had lots of local produce for sale. There were not only locally-grown grapes and pasas (grapes left out in the sun to shrivel and sweeten on drying beds), but also an old vine root on display along with the bottled Moscatel wine available in sweet, semi-sweet and dry varieties.
Best of all, look what I´ve just picked from the vines on our land! In the photograph below, you can see that the bunch of grapes on the left is pretty much as you might imagine them to look, but the one on the right has grapes that have started to go brown as they shrivel and sweeten in the sun.
Some people might say that these are best of all to eat right now. Not me, of course! 😉
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