This summer that knocks on the door, it will be one year since the Real sat a chair in the market by signing David
Silva. The inaugural season of the Gran Canaria in Donostia has made his category as a footballer clear, due to his marked influence on the team’s performance. Like the rest of his teammates, the Real star is now dedicated to disconnecting from his professional role. Silva He has started the holidays delving into the wine world, in which he is fully immersed.
Silva, at 35 years old, is a good example to consider one of the most inspiring maxims related to the tasty broth to be correct: “good wine gets better over time.” A binding magic to the form state of a Silva that continues to distribute football on all four sides, already tanned in a thousand battles. La Real thanks you. Silva spend a few days in one of those emblematic places in Galicia, the Ribeira Sacra, where he absorbs knowledge about wine. The one from Arguineguín has just taken over a winery in his land and has reunited with an old winemaker friend with the aim of continuing to investigate a world that captivates him. It is Silva’s first visit to a Galician enclave from which he did not go too far during his time at Celta de Vigo.