BULLAS – a town in the region of Murcia. In its immediate surroundings there are well-known wine routes. If you decide to visit this place, you will discover that this part of Spain has a continuous winemaking history and tradition, owing to 200 traditional vineyards and the Museum of Wine. Apart from tasting wines of high quality, such diverse wines from the Monastrell variety, you can also admire the landscapes of vineyards and historic buildings associated with the wine culture.
Bullas is a town in which the wine route begins. The Roman Empire in its surroundings showed great devotion to cultivation of grapes. Here you can find museums, natural and artificial vineyards, all of which will let you learn and appreciate the tradition of the Region. In addition to wine, you can try mature goat cheese (curado) on the spot, served with grapes from the Region. It is an ideal place to spend time on fresh air, to delight in the scent of vineyards nearby. Interestingly, it also offers accommodation, restaurants, and sports facilities…
Traditionally, Bullas is an area mainly famous for red wines, but it engages in making high-quality white and rosé wines as well. What needs to be distinguished are Monastrell grapes, specific for the region of Muricia: it is a variety subject to the Denominacion de Origen classification. It is characterised by compact appearance, small seeds, very intensive blue and purple colour. Its colour, aroma, flavour and abundance of components give specificity to wines produced from it, also adding some health properties.