Daroca de Rioja is a small village of thirty inhabitants located in the North of Spain, twelve minutes far from Logroño. Placed the foot of Moncalvillo’s mountain chain Daroca de Rioja is surrounded by vineyards and nature which feeds Venta Moncalvillo’s larder.
Daroca river, which provides with water to Ebro river, is the natural source of water for Venta Moncalvillo’s field. Field’s products are the raw materials in Ignacio Echapresto’s style of cooking. The hamlet of Daroca is surrounded by a rich natural environment. Its forests keep a wide range of species as pines, oak trees, lavender or rosemary. In autumn forest brings a wide variety of wild mushrooms, which play its part in the menu in this season. Mountains are also wild animals’ home and also game dishes are important in the menu of Autumn.
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