Winery Tours in Spain

Winery Tours in Spain

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Company Casas Ibañez (Albacete)
Vega Tolosa
8€ per person
1 Prices
Company Alora (Málaga)
Bodegas Perez Hidalgo Enoturismo
10€ per person
3 Prices
Company Cofrentes (Valencia)
Cofrentes Turismo Activo
15€ per person
8 Prices
3 reviews
Company Colmenar De Oreja (Madrid)
Winery Tours Narciso Winery Tours
5€ per person
8 Prices
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Company Sant Sadurni D'anoia (Barcelona)
Pere Ventura
10€ per person
3 Prices
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Company Fuenmayor (La Rioja)
Premium Fincas
82€ per person
2 Prices
Company Rueda (Valladolid)
Bodegas Mocén
7€ per person
3 Prices
Company Madrid (City) (Madrid)
10€ per person
8 Prices
Company Gordoncillo (León)
20€ per person
1 Prices
Company Sanlucar De Barrameda (Cádiz)
10€ per person
3 Prices
Company Almería (City) (Almería)
25€ per person
1 Prices
Company El Sauzal (Tenerife)
Bodegas Monje
9€ per person
3 Prices
2 reviews

Winery Tours experiences

Tips if you are going to do Winery Tours in Spain

Traveling along any Spanish road it is easy to find vineyards extending almost as far as our eye can see. This country is the one that cultivates more of these crops and there are many reasons. A whole way of understanding the culture and gastronomy that we know today as wine tourism has been built around wine. Cheer up to know a type of leisure that is more a way of life.
1. Escape the crowds

How many times you think of a break and end up in a place up people or on a beach where you do not even stand up. Wine tourism allows you to really disconnect. The visits to the wineries are previously arranged and are done in small groups. Imagine walking among the vineyards feeling the silence of these fields and then go to the rooms where the wines rest in a soft and relaxing light. Much better, right?
Escape the crowds
Know the complete process of elaboration
2. Know the complete process of elaboration

Logically the wine is not born in a glass and although it is an evidence we usually do not know everything that implies that it reaches us. A guided wine tour includes a complete tour of all the facilities of a farm. You will walk among the vineyards listening to the qualities of this plant, they will tell you what the harvest consists of and you will enter the areas dedicated to fermentation and aging. The wine will be for you as a good friend, the more you love the more you know about it.
3. Participate in a wine tasting tour

The culmination of every visit to a winery is a tasting of its products. In wine tourism you do not keep looking, you also taste the wine. Besides noticing the taste on the palate, you will learn some of its basic features, what defines it and what distinguishes it from others. Sometimes they will even teach you to pair it with the tapas and dishes that go with it. With this you will know better recognize what variety they serve you in your next step for a restaurant and it is always a good topic of conversation at the table.
Participate in a wine tasting tour
A multisensory experience
4. A multisensory experience

It has been a long time since the wine stopped being only in the mouth. Now part of sensual massages, innovative treatments for the skin or integrated into recipes of renowned chefs. Many wineries offer an adventure for the 5 senses with complete packages that include accommodation in their own facilities. These unique buildings move between old farmhouses and models designed from scratch by avant-garde architects. Spend a couple of nights in them is quite a show.
5. Discover zone’s culture and traditions

The map of the peninsula is divided into denominations of origin that imprint their identity stamp on the wines that arise in them. A Ribera de Duero is not the same as a wine from Rueda or a Rioja and this is reflected in the customs of the villages of each location for which the wine production has been its main sustenance for centuries. Approaching these stories you will know more about our geography, its patron saint festivities and the customs that still remain.
Discover zone’s culture and traditions
When can you plan a enotourism tour?

Oenological tourism keeps its doors open all year round. The wineries are closed and conditioned places to avoid cold in winter or heat in the summer months, except for certain rooms that must always be kept cool. However, from spring to autumn you will find the vineyards in all their splendor so your walk will be much richer. The harvest takes place around September and you can even participate in the tasks involved. There are so many denominations to visit that we recommend that you go out on different dates to get to know a bigger variety of productions and see how the colors of the field change in each season.