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driving day trip to la rioja from San Sebastian- winery / lunchcstops

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We will be spending 4 nights in San Sebastian in mid June with a car and would like to do a day trip to the La Rioja region just to get a taste of the scenery and wineries of the region. We know realistically we can only do 2-3 places and booking required cause we understand that we must (and we want to) do the tour of the place plus tasting- so we are after people recommendations for which wineries are great to visit from San Sebastian plus including a lunch stop- we don't mind driving distance for scenery - we know it will be a day of driving but hopefully with several well timed stops. We would like equally a good wine for purchase plus nice location (I hear there are some architecturally beautiful wineries in the region also) and maybe one with a kitchen or local produce could also work well.

driving route recommendations also welcome.
thanks.

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