In the complicated task of building the barrels with him Gustavo Matute, 32, with over 10 in the trade. The most repeated question the two artisans was why they put the barrel around the fire. "To soften the wood, which can bulge and put the cells", responded to the curious spectators. With the wood hot enough, beaten with a hammer the metal rings that hold the structure, and just need to put the lids. As Jesus and Gustavo built the barrels at the beginning of the street, all the rest of Agullers, and several adjoining streets, people, paying 5 euros per glass, Cataba any of the more than 30 young wines from as many wineries around the country .
The wineries, responsible for providing wine from both sides of the street, had come from various parts of the Spanish geography. From Rioja Alava arrived Sáez Gonzalo Samaniego, Ostatu the winery, which is complimented by the number of young people who enjoyed the pleasure of the wine. From further away, Pontevedra, came the first wine of the new vintage of Gaudas Terras, with unfiltered sample, brought to Barcelona for the occasion. "We are not bottled until December, but the occasion calls for it," declared the manager to serve attendees, whose bottles, even untagged, surprisingly quickly emptied. And is that Barcelona is a city where the Galician wine is well received.
A dozen local places undertook give visitors tapas and dishes with which to fill the stomach. For a euro, or even free food service businesses in the area took advantage of the event to try some of their best products.