The wine buff: Navarra's wines are stepping out from the shadow of its Spanish sister
San Fermín is the legendary festival in Spain that celebrates bulls pounding through the cobbled streets each July. The fit, the brave and the not so sane crowd on to the narrow, medieval streets, dressed in white, and hold up their crimson red scarves waiting for the txupinazo to sound. It's the rocket that signals the start of the fiesta. Above them, balconies are filled with spectators, waving red scarves from a safe distance, waiting for the spectacle to unfold below. This is Pamplona, the capital of the Kingdom of Navarra, a city that has been immortalised by Ernest Hemingway.