Are you a wine lover? or aiming to surprise someone who loves wine? Whatever, we are sure that we have the perfect getaway to one of the multiple wine regions in Spain.
Here you have a selection of some of Spain’s wine areas to explore and also to relax yourself at some of the best vineyard hotels of our country.
Let´s celebrate with Cava at the Penedés region
Penedés Cava is a sparkling wine of exceptional quality, prestigious around the world and it’s produced between the plains of the Mediterranean coast and the nearby mountains close to Barcelona city.
Your stay could be a striking 5-star hotel next to Mas Tinell Vineyards. Apart from enjoying the vineyards and the amazing modern structure of the hotel that resembles stacked wine bottles, this setting will give you the chance to explore the Golden Coast and its beautiful beaches of fine golden sand grains.
Visit the Somontano wine area in North of Spain
At the foot of the Pyrenees, in Huesca province, they have been making exquisite wines for years.
From here, you could take the Somontano Wine Route, which offers a tour of the best wineries of the region in order to experience top-quality wines to be sampled and savoured slowly.
For a unique stay, we would suggest two options: an Art Nouveau style spa-hotel located in Barbastro or a charming boutique hotel at the very well-preserved medieval village of Alquezar.
Apart from the unique taste of the Somontano wine, you will be also amazed by the landscapes of the Canyons de Guara Natural Reserve, a unique setting in Europe that attracts thousands of sports enthusiasts every year.
Wines from Galicia
If you want to discover why Galician wine is so good, nothing better than staying at a rustic boutique hotel located in the lush valley of Meaño, in the unspoiled countryside of Pontevedra. Besides the delicious gastronomic attractions of the region, Galicia is home to Ribeiro wine, one of the first products in Spain to be awarded with the Designation of Origin. A perfect combination of wine tourism, gastronomy and nature.
During your stay in the Northwest of Spain, we could organize exclusive visits to wineries around the Bierzo region and the North of Portugal that will take you to discover all the secrets of Rias Baixas, Porto and Ribeiro wines.
From the heart of Castilla – La Mancha
If you are a passionate for Rueda and Ribera de Duero wine, the Parador of Tordesillas hotel is the perfect place to stay if you want to visit the most famous wineries and taste the best wines of the area. The small town of Tordesillas will take you back in time, but the there are also plenty of different activities available for you to enjoy the surrounding beautiful countryside: hiking, horse-riding and biking routes are just some of the possibilities. If you like a real adventurer, how about a microlight flight giving you a bird’s-eye view of the landscape? Or if you prefer quiet sports, what about some golf? Come and discover this part of the province of Valladolid.
Horses, flamenco and Sherry wine
Your Spanish Wine Route would continue to the Southwest part of Spain, to the sunny Andalusian city of Jerez. This city is mostly famous for 3 things: horses, flamenco and Sherry wine. A visit to one of the local wine cellars combined with an equestrian show is a must.
Here, you could be hosted at a traditional noble townhouse in the center of Jerez, surrounded by rich cultural heritage. You will be also very close to the most renowned and oldest wineries of the area.
From here, accompanied by an expert you will discover the secrets of the vineyards and you will learn which processes are implemented in order to process grapes into wine.
Come to southern Spain and discover Sherry wine.