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7 Best Wineries in Tenerife

Want to know what the best wineries in Tenerife are? You’ve come to the right place! With so many wine tasting experiences to choose from in Tenerife, it can be hard to find the right place. You’ll find 7 recommended wineries in Tenerife to plan your wine tasting experiences at.

With a history that dates back to the 15th century, Tenerife is one of the most prestigious winemaking regions in Spain. As mentioned above, it’s easy to see why these wineries are continually producing award-winning wines.

Tenerife wine is making a comeback with its distinctive selling point that wine made on the mainland of Spain is harvested by machines, whereas Tenerife wine is harvested by hand due to the altitude differences. Wine made with Malvasia grape became extremely popular in 16th and 17th England become its largest importer.

 

The top rated wine producing regions of Tenerife are: Valle de la Orotava, Ycoden-Daute-Isora, Abona, Tacoronte-Acentejo and Valle de Güímar.

Tenerife is known for its grapes, but not just for its famous Malvasia. One of the best of the lesser-known grape varietals is Listán Blanco, a white wine made exclusively of Palomino grapes. 

The most popular red grape variety is Listán Negro, the original cultivar of which comes from mainland Spain, but is now mostly cultivated in Tenerife.

One of the lesser-known things about Tenerife is its wine industry, producing award-winning wines on the island. While touring the island of Tenerife, you will often find wineries and tasting rooms along the way that are set up for tourists. They make wine tastings available for a number of different tastes, such as white wines, red wines, sangria and sweet wines. If you’re looking to find quality wineries that offer great tasting experiences as well as seeing some of the best views on the island, these seven must-visit locations are a great place to start!

 

Bodegas Monje

Bodegas Monje offers wine tastings, food pairings, a sun terrace, and private wine tours for small groups. A firm favorite of all Tenerife wineries, it has an excellent restaurant that serves brunch on Saturdays and Sundays.

 

Casa del Vino

La Casa del Vino is a wine museum where you can sip, eat and explore. This old estate house houses over 300 wines with room for tasting up to 12 of them with accompaniments. To finish your experience, head to the restaurant on the property for cleanup!

 

Bodega Frontos

Bodega Frontos, which must be arranged in advance, operates as a vineyard and event venue. Set at 1,700 meters on the border of El Teide National Park, it is officially the highest vineyard in Europe. Bodega Frontos produces four wines: two whites and two reds, and has received one of the wine world’s most prestigious awards: for their dry white 2014.

 

Bodega El Lomo

If you want a pleasant wine tour in Tenerife, Bodega El Lomo is the perfect destination. It has two farms surrounded by scenic landscapes and you can enjoy guided tours and wine tasting when you come.

 

Viñedos Angola

Explore both wine growing as well as savor the fruits of your labor. With a mix of dine-and-wine style lunch, special tours through the vineyards, and a sampling of every wine there is, this is an adventure even those with less lived up to all their dreams.

 

Bodega Suertes del Marqués

Suertes del Marqués is in the north of the island, in the Orotava Valley. The philosophy at Suertes del Marqués Winery is to respect tradition, by avoiding racking, using native yeasts instead of added varieties, working with limited amounts of sulfur, and letting wines age in barrels.

 

Bodega Comarcal Valle de Güímar

If you visit Tenerife, you won’t get out of the island without visiting Bodega Comarcal Valle de Güímar. Take a tour and learn about the processes that go into making each different wine and promote your understanding with a well-deserved wine tasting.

There are over 50 wineries on the island today. The previous 7 wineries are some of the best that the island has to offer.  So which wineries should you visit while in Tenerife?

Wine tasting is a great way to have fun and sample the best wines. But also enjoying an ice-cold beer on the beach doesn’t sound that bad… So here’s our selection of the Best Beach Bars in Tenerife. Where do you want to go next?

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