Beauty What Wine Goes Best with That Massage? This article first appeared on fwx.com. For more stories like this, visit fwx.com now. By Farrah Shaikh Updated on June 8, 2015 @ 02:45PM Pin Share Tweet Email Photo: Courtesy of Abadia Retuerta LeDomaine What does your taste in wine say about you? Among other things, it says what sort of spa day you’ll enjoy most—at least, according to a new Spanish spa that tailors your treatments based on a wine tasting. At the restored 12th-century abbey and winery Abadia Retuerta LeDomaine, the new Santuario spa is offering a Spa Sommelier treatment series. A sommelier interprets your treatment based on a blind tasting and designs a perfect spa experience. Here’s how it works: Guests blindly taste three wines from the abbey’s winery, Abadia Retuerta, and choose their favorite. Each wine pairs with a unique therapeutic oil, and a therapist creates a tailored treatment using the oil that corresponds to your wine of choice for a facial, massage or wrap. 9 DIY Skin Treatments to Make in Your Kitchen Here are the pairings: Seleccion Especial (a blend of Tempranillo, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah and Merlot) pairs with almond oil and cedarwood oils. Cabernet Sauvignon pairs with rosemary-almond oil. White LeDomaine (a blend of Sauvignon Blanc and Verdejo) pairs with a yuzu-almond oil. 5 Beauty Beer Products That Promise Shiny Hair and Clear Skin So say for instance I was jet-lagged and responded best to the Cab. Spa Director Sonal Uberoi suggests a massage with rosemary-almond oil with added sage for stimulation and pine to help ease the nervous system. For those who do not drink, they will offer a tea and fruit juice tasting that gives the same sort of sensory relaxation. The intimate spa opens its doors mid-July with treatments starting at 120 euros. READ MORE: What Wine Goes with That Massage?