Thursday 29th October 2009 was the 5th anniversary of the Critical Mass bicycling event in Madrid (known as the Bici Critica in Spanish). After the ride, there was a big party (organized by the organic veg co-op BAH) at the Dragón Social Centre, near the Almudena Cemetery in Madrid.
Vinos Ambiz contributed to this protest against traffic, pollution and the general hostility of cities caused by cars, by donating free wine:
- a bottle of Crianza 2007 (100% Tempranillo, oaked for 10 months) as part of the eco-basket of goodies to be awarded as 1st prize in a raffle
- and as many bottles of Tinto Joven 2008 (Young Red) also 100% Tempranillo as the thisty cyclists could drink! In the end it was only about a case (seems that cyclists are more beer drinkers!
Photos taken on mobile phone. Will post quality photos on Monday!
The 'Tostas' Team
The 'Kalimocho' Team
Basket of organic products (wine, bread, glasses, apron, and the basket itself) that was raffled
The winner of the raffle celebrates with a bottle of Vinos Ambiz Crianza 2007