Hello friends and colleagues, today I offer a distinctive image of my country, in my country there is plenty of wine and there is plenty of them, of course the wine is sold, for all that I offer the typical image of this point wine sales. Hope you like it and hopefully someday toast together.
Chipiona is a Spanish municipality located in the province of Cádiz, in the autonomous community of Andalusia, and a village of the municipality. The villa is situated at a height of 4 meters and 54 km from Cádiz, the provincial capital. It is located between the towns of Rota and Sanlucar de Barrameda.
In ancient times, as Strabo and Pomponius Mela, there was a lighthouse at the mouth of the Guadalquivir River, built at the request of the consul Quintus Servilius Caepion and therefore received the Caepionis of Turris. Traditionally seen in the name of this lighthouse where the name of Chipiona. Also in the area stood the Ars Gerionis, it was the tomb of Geryon and were on the end of a narrow that jutted out into the sea. Probably was located in what is now a reef known as the Stone of Salmedina, low or just Salmedina Salmedina. In all this there is no other evidence that the literature and occurred Roman archaeological finds dating back to the second century. C.
Already in 1251, Chipiona was conquered by King Ferdinand III, turning to reconquer definitely in 1264 by his son Alfonso X the Wise. In 1297, King Ferdinand IV granted the Lordship Guzmán el Bueno Sanlucar, Chipiona was part of it and, according to tradition, began construction of the castle. When marrying Isabel Perez de Guzman, one of the daughters of the First Lord of Sanlucar, with Ponce de Léon Fernan, dowry was in Rota and Chipiona, becoming independent both of the Lordship of Sanlucar in 1303 and joining the family possessions Ponce de Leon , germ Arcos House.
In 1755 Chipiona was severely punished by the tsunami that resulted in the Portuguese Atlantic coast of Andalusia and the Lisbon Earthquake.
El Faro de Chipiona is the most emblematic monument of the town. It is the largest lighthouse in Spain, 3rd in Europe and 5th in the world. Its height from the ground is about 69 meters, dates from 1867 and is located in the Punta del Perro. It was built to prevent the ships have problems accessing the Guadalquivir River and collide with the Stone Salmedina.
In the early 90's was held in the Marina building, located near the mouth of the Guadalquivir, in 2008 underwent a process of enlargement.
The economy consists primarily of four distinct sectors:
Tourism: is a major tourist center due to its beaches rich in iodine. In its extensive coastline beaches are located Rule, Shrimp, of Cuba, of Tres Piedras, Whale, Cross the Sea of Las Canteras de Montijo, Michelle. Before, some had the Blue Flag. Tourism is mainly international, mostly from nearby provinces like Seville, but now because of the large investment in the resort of Costa Ballena is starting to receive national tourism.
Floriculture: is Europe's largest producer in this sector, with export important fact, including the world of the flower market in the Netherlands. The flower is the carnation crop is exported by Riveraflor, owner of the largest cut flower monopoly in Spain.
Fishing: is the oldest sector and that, along with agriculture, mainly lived in ancient times, which are evidence of fishing corrals.
Viticulture: Moscatel wine making, Oloroso, Fino and wine vinegar. The most original vintage is made in a province with great wine culture, takes place in Chipiona to develop its muscatel raisins, which has already achieved several international awards. The grape, muscatel Chipiona, once that is collected is spread on an area of the resort to dry in the sun and thus acquire greater sugar. The process, which is done by hand, is very time consuming because the grapes must turn them over to dry all alike. Once the grapes have purchased the alcohol takes appropriate wineries to develop Muscat raisins.
Exposure Time: 10/500 sec
ISO Speed Ratings: 125
Focal Length: 5 mm
Date Taken: 2012-09-19 12:53
Metering Mode: Pattern
Flash: Flash fired, compulsory flash mode, return light not detected
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jacquest (18871) 2013-01-25 4:24
Good presentation of this wine selling point. Good framing, nice colors and good sharpness. Now, let's taste ...
snunney (89894) 2013-01-25 5:01
Nothing better than a good glass of good wine! A fine capture of this well-stocked bodega. Good colour contrasts and excellent sharpness.
Sergiom (67362) 2013-01-25 5:39
Cette belle image nous donne envie de s'arrêter et de prendre un verre. Qu'il soit doux ou sec le résultat est le même. Ton contrôle de la lumière est excellent.
Kamilutka (8105) 2013-01-25 5:41
that would be difficult choice: sweet ot dry? :-) Well spotted and executed. Interesting scene and nice quality colors. I like the depth created by two arches. Shame the salesman is slightly cut, but it is a minor detail.
Thanks for sharing!
fabbs99 (16817) 2013-01-25 9:37
Great view of the barrels.Lighting and exposure are perfect.Excellent colors .Very Well done.
Nicou (130007) 2013-01-25 10:32
superbe vue de ces tonneaux de vin manganique il doit être très bon, un belle cave avec ce mur ocre splendide.
Bravo et amitié
bukitgolfb301 (37718) 2013-01-25 15:33
Hi dear Ciao Angel
How are you? Sorry for my late reaction for the time being. I will rush up this weekend.
The best considered framework via so sharp and clear prsentation as usual. So bright color touch is splendid. Thank you for your sharing and have a nice weekend!
Takero from Tokyo
raszid62 (18515) 2013-01-25 23:26
Vista muy sabroso del barril de vino, maravillosamente expuesto en las ventanas. Por otra parte, los vinos dulces, secar por separado. Muy querido local vinos españoles. Excelente calidad de imagen.
amaryllis (35857) 2013-01-26 2:07
et merci de ce partage de cette cave à vins avec ces tonneaux, il y a le choix sec ou doux, le mur de brique jaune réhausse de par sa couleur et se marie bien avec le marron des tonneaux
Attention ne pas en abuser....smiles
fabianoleite (9757) 2013-01-26 7:49
Me gustan más los secos, y un buen español va siempre muy bien. Ya bebí unos buenos da Andalucía, pero me gustan mucho los de Rioja! Tempranillo, maravilla. La foto es interesanto, con los toneles y todos los detalles. Buen trabajo y salud!
thebest (4276) 2013-01-26 17:28
Wine & more sweet wine - very interesting & one can have a nice glass of their choice straight from the barrel.
One day my husband & I may visit & share a glass or two... with you.
On our next trip we only have a limited period of time in Barcelona.
Thank you for sharing.
ikeharel (62879) 2013-01-27 1:36
Not that I am a great wine taster, but I know to appreciate good products, and remember the wine from Andalucia. Both were delicate and remarable tasted.
nice photo on the facade of the wine-store, good clear view and light inside.
Buen fin de semana,
Silvio1953 (130310) 2013-01-27 2:49
Ciao Angel, lovely view of wine selling point, excellent clarity, splendid light and colors, very well done, my friend, ciao Silvio
claudeD (35441) 2013-01-27 8:56
Very interesting picture and informative note. I like your idea and realization here very much.TFS.
With regards from Luxembourg
chrisvek (7001) 2013-01-27 11:48
Very good capture with awesome composition and very clever look.Great POV and details.
Have a nice week
Cricri (111351) 2013-01-29 9:53
Tout bon le cadrage comme le choix de la composition :-) bon un petit verre de vin ne peut pas faire de mal!!qu'il soit sec ou doux, beaucoup de détails a voir, belle réalisation
marina7 (8055) 2013-01-31 6:06
that's a mouthwatering picture!:) Great subject, nice presentation and an excellent spirit. I prefer "secos" but sometimes I'm in the mood for "dulces" too:))
My warmest regards and best wishes!
- Copyright: angel cornejo (cornejo) (35769)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2012-09-19
- Categories: Daily Life, Architecture
- Camera: Sony Cybershot DSC W170
- Exposure: f/3.3, 1/50 seconds
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- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2013-01-25 3:40