In addition, have emphasized total normalcy with which the election day in all Spain is developing. By communities in the Andalusian region, participation at 18.00 hours has been 49,06%, compared to 46,79% in 2007. At 1400 hours, participation in the municipal elections of May 22 had been located by 36,36%, about four points above registered participation, at the same time, in the 2007 elections, when he went from 32,61%. In Aragon, the registered participation is 51.43%, compared to 50.40% of 2007. At 14.00 h was 38.32%, compared to 36,15% in 2007. In the Canaries, participation has risen slightly, 44,73% versus 44,43% in 2007. At 14.00 h, that percentage is taking off more of 2007: 28,08% versus 27.77% four years ago. Cantabria has experienced a slight drop, 57.22% compared to 58.30%.

The participation in that community at 14.00 h was 39,32 per cent compared to 40,09%. However, in Castilla – La Mancha is one of the communities in which participation has risen more, 58,27% versus 57,44% in 2007. At 1400 hours that rise had already left notice, when participation was 41,27%, against 38,79%. In Castilla y Leon, at 6 p.m. have gone 54,43% of electors to vote against 55,21% in the 2007 elections (to 14.00 h, the figure was 38,08% versus 37,39% in 2007).

Catalonia maintains nearly the participation of 39,27% versus 39,79% (at 14.00 h was 28,99% compared to 28,89%). The percentage of voters descended in Ceuta, which reaches a level of 40,33% versus 46,28% of 2007 (at 14.00 h was 27,58% compared to 30,84% 2007.) Melilla rises and participation is 44,64% versus 41,16% in 2007 (at 1400 hours was 29,77%, while in 2007 at that time had been a 28.39%). Slightly lower participation in Madrid, where the percentage is 50,07%, while in 2007 it had been 50,96% (at 14.00 h had risen, the participation was 34,49%, compared to 34.09%).

Pedro Ximenez

This journey through vineyards, wineries, wine cellars and Mills allows to know your process of elaboration through throughout a tour full of stimuli and made to enjoy with each of the senses. The silence that pervades the winery, glimmer, the smell of wood and wine, touch of boots breeding broths, the range of colors and shades of each of the five classes of the Montilla-Moriles denomination of origin (young, thin, amontillado, oloroso and Pedro Ximenez), aromas, the freshness of the fruit until the most noble wood fromall this leaves an indelible memory in the visitor. Beyond wine however, a visit of these characteristics implies something else to visit wineries, buy wine and enjoy wine tasting. It is innovate, be original, find the diversity and the development of a territory thanks to a tourism of quality, not crowded, and offering everything one who approaches, either curious, and lover in the matter, or neophyte and experienced the possibility of knowing the huge legacy, cultural, historical, architectural, artistic and ethnographic which preserves, thanks to museums, exhibitions and visits to monuments. The route intersects, also with other themed tours, such as the route of the Caliphate, the path of the Renaissance and the Roman Betica route. This environment privileged, filled with ancestral customs and singular spaces allows you to explore some of the artisanal traditions that have remained with the passage of time, such as the cooperage and the almost defunct tinware, ancient trades which have been preserved thanks to its link with the world of wine.

La Rambla has become one of the main centres in Spain of artistic ceramics, while other municipalities have done of handicraft leather and metalwork, engines of its economy. To take a breather and replenish forces there to be carried away by the flavors and the identity of the Earth. Dishes such as the traditional gazpacho, flamenquines, beans with Eggplant and black pudding, porridge of Wort, merengas them coffee and strawberry, alfajores where Montilla-Moriles wines are the ideal company or the basic ingredient. But they have also been used in the most innovative cuisine (Pedro Ximenez reduction for desserts, appetizers, main dishes) and for original products, such as wine ice cream or gelatin from Pedro Ximenez. The Vinarea network offers one of the best ways to delve into this universe of Oenology and favours the territorial cohesion of the region through equipment that relate tourism and wine world. Between the Auditorium and the lookout interpretative cordobes landscape, in Aguilar de la Frontera, and the Center food and wine of the route of the wine Moriles, in Lucena. Source of the news: wine route Montilla-Moriles, tradition and innovation