Wine tourism in La Rioja

To think of wine tourism is to think of wine tourism in La Rioja. In addition to being a pioneer in wine production and currently one of the most important regions in the world, it was the first Denomination of Origin in Spain. Famous for its production, wineries and renowned wines, La Rioja is located in the north of Spain, on the banks of the Ebro River valley, whose course and climate create the perfect conditions for the production of its wines.

La Rioja, land of wines and tradition, invites you to explore its vineyards, wineries and captivating landscapes. From Rioja Alta to Rioja Alavesa, this region offers unique experiences so that you will never forget the magic of wine tourism in La Rioja.

Choose the best wine tourism and wine tastings in La Rioja

If you are a wine lover, you will know that wine tourism in La Rioja is one of the destinations par excellence for this type of activity.

Wine tourism in La Rioja offers a complete immersion in the wine culture in a unique environment, ideal for wine lovers and travelers looking for an authentic experience in Spain. Enter this world where you can visit from centenary wineries to the most modern ones, participate in guided tours and tastings and learn about the art of winemaking or stroll through the vineyards, either on foot, on horseback or in Hammer, while enjoying breathtaking landscapes.

At La Rioja one of the most important wine museums in the world is located here, we are talking about Vivanco Wine Museum, a space dedicated to learn a little more about this beautiful wine culturea mandatory stop where you will find 5 exhibition halls and a garden where they collect up to more than 220 vines of different varieties from all over the world.

If we talk about Appellations of Originin the province of La Rioja, the DOCa Rioja is divided into three subzones: Rioja Alta, Rioja Oriental and Rioja Alavesa, all of which together account for more than 60,000 hectares that produce more than 250 million liters of wine per year, 85% of which are red wines.

Rioja Alta or Rioja Oriental. Choose the area of La Rioja that best suits you, and book your wine tourism experience now.

Is Rioja Alavesa what you are looking for? Click here and explore another Rioja.

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Enjoy wine tourism at Álava!

The wine tourism offer in Alava goes beyond tastings, allowing you to explore charming medieval villages such as Laguardia and immerse yourself in its history through cobbled streets and historic walls. The local gastronomy joins the experience, offering delicious combinations of pintxos and traditional dishes to enhance your visit.

This province is home to renowned wineries, highlighting the diversity of wines, from the fresh and fruity Txakoli to the robust and elegant reds.

The Rioja Alavesa is located in one of the sub-zones of the Rioja Qualified Designation of Origin. It has 13,500 hectares of vineyards and a large number of wineries, which produce 40 million liters of wine annually.

If your plan is to go on a wine route, Alava offers you two options: the Txakolí Wine Route, where you can enjoy an enogastronomic experience as well as getting to know Txakolí, a young, slightly sparkling white wine, typical of the region and with its own DO. And the Rioja Alavesa Wine Route, another wine tourism experience located in the Rioja Alavesa region, a unique experience around wine, gastronomy and landscape.

At Thegetawine, we invite you to discover the essence of wine tourism in Rioja, Alava, through its vineyards, experience the art of winemaking and enjoy the Basque hospitality in every corner.

Live an unforgettable experience where wine, culture and history are intertwined in a unique journey through the Basque Country.

Find out more about exclusive wine tourism experiences and book your visit today!

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