Local wine experiences

Check out our list of 6 well-curated wine experiences ordered by regions. Wine is ever present in the Spanish and Portuguese day to day, and occupies an important part of these countries' production and exportation.


The real wine full experience at Ribeira Sacra

Have a full day experience in the Ribeira Sacra combining a visit to a Bodega, with a tour of the facilities, wine tasting and explanations about viticulture and elaborations. Stopping for lunch in a local restaurant for a tasting menu with the best of Galician products, and continuing with a boat trip on the Rio Sil through its Canyons, while enjoying a wine tasting on board. A really complete day experience!

The Spanish Tuscany: Emporda wine tour & visit to the Dali Museum

Unique culture and wine route of the Empordà Costa Brava, where you will enjoy the artistic and oenological delights of this area. Live the experience of visiting the famous Dalí Theater-Museum, enjoy the tasting of Emporda wines, and have a delicious lunch at a local winery. You will be submerged in a unique landscape of vineyards and olive trees. The DO Empordà Wine Route will allow you to enter into a tradition deeply rooted in this land, which dates back to Roman times.

The most beautiful wineries in La Rioja

This is a fantastic and exclusive guided tour around La Rioja. Start the day strolling among the vineyards. Visit the medieval village of Laguardia, the town of Haro, and two Rioja wineries: a traditional one, and a modern-day wine cellar, where you’ll taste its wines. Discover beautiful spots, as well as enjoy the gastronomy of this land, with a traditional Rioja-style meal in a specially selected restaurant.

Explore the Penedes vineyards with a horseback ride

Get to know the countryside of Barcelona with a horseback ride experience. This activity will be complete with a Catalan lunch at the ranch, and a visit to a family-owned winery for a tasting and tour experience with cheese and other pairings.

Be a winemaker for a day in la Rioja

This authentic and fun activity will show you what it´s like to be a wine expert for a day. Learn from the activity expert, and also get to try the activity yourself. Feel like a real enologist and pretend you are a Riojan winemaker! Walk amongst the vineyards and learn what the most important things are to get a good crop. Find out what steps are needed along the way (pruning, green pruning, cutting the foliage, ripening control, the grape harvest), and carry out little experiments inside the underground bodega, in order to understand how the wine ferments. You will learn about the aging process by trying some barreled wine, and understand the differences between young (crianza) and old wine.

Discover a World Heritage Site: Wine Region of Douro Valley

In the Douro Valley, the vineyards are planted in the mountains sloops, and its wine has unique characteristics due to the soil and climate. Being the oldest demarcated region in the world, it is classified by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, and it’s a proof that the union of nature with man can create unparalleled products. On this tour you will visit famous family-owned wineries, followed by wine tastings.
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