The Golden Mile, Spain

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The Golden Mile (La Milla de Oro) is a term for a stretch of land that lays home to a group of wineries in the province of Castilla y Leon, Spain. Geographically they lay along the Duero river starting at Tudela de Duero in the west and continuing on until it reaches Peñafiel in the east along the N-122 motorway. The wineries associated include: Vega Sicilia, Pingus, Abadia Retuerta, Alión and Mauro. Among the grapes grown in the area are Tempranillo, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Syrah.

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