Rioja Alta & Alavesa Tour

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STANDARD WINE TOUR
RIOJA ALTA & RIOJA ALAVESA WINE ROUTE, VISITING OUR WINERIES & VINEYARDS

A selection of the best places to visit in Rioja based on more than 2,500 reviews. We offer you several options:

* HALF DAY WINE TOUR (110 Euros/Person):

The journey into the Rioja Wine Country will begin at a Traditional Winery to learn abot the winemaking process of the different classification of Rioja: Joven, Crianza, Reserva and Gran Reserva but also, you will learn about the different kind of barrel that wineries use to elaborate these traditional wines.
After this, we will visit the Station Quarter in Haro, Rioja Alta, a magical journey to the birth place of Rioja Wine for tasting 6 wines in 2 different wineries, among them are:

Lopez de Heredia Vina Tondonia • Bodegas Muga Bodega • La Rioja Alta • Gomez Cruzado • Cvne • Bodegas Bilbaínas • Bodegas Roda

* HALF DAY WINE TOUR WITH LUNCH (150 Euros/Person):

Experience an unforgettable meal with the most typical and representative dishes of our region and, of course, with some of the best wines.

Same as “Half Day Wine Tour” and includes lunch at a traditional Rioja restaurant.

* FULL DAY WINE TOUR WITH LUNCH (200 Euros/Person):

We could not finish the route without a wine tasting, visiting one of the newest wineries en Rioja, designed by prestigious architects, where Architecture, Design and Art live in harmony with Wine.

Same as “Half day wine tour with lunch” and includes a visit to one modern winery with wine tasting.

 

Overview of Rioja Alta, Spain

* Autonomous region: La Rioja
* Province: La Rioja

Rioja Alta is a subregion of the Rioja wine region. It occupies the westernmost part of our region, and has most of its vineyards located south of the Ebro River. Rioja Alta centers on the historic city of Haro, where you will find several of the most well-known wineries in the entire region. The city also hosts the internationally recognized “battle of wine” festival in June.

Rioja Alta is perhaps the most important of the three subregions of Rioja (the others are Rioja Alavesa and Rioja Baja), both in terms of quality and in the quantity of wine produced. The climate is similar to Rioja Alavesa and the vineyards are higher than in Rioja Baja, assisting in the accumulation of acidity, color and moderate alcohol levels.

Overview of Rioja Alavesa, Spain

* Autonomous region: Basque Country
* Province: Alava – Arava

Rioja Alavesa is the smallest of the three sub-regions in Rioja wine region. It’s situated to the north of the Ebro River, straddling the La Rioja region and the Alava province within the autonomous community of the Pais Vasco (Basque Country).

Its name (“Alavesa”) is derived from the host province (“Alava”). Rioja Alavesa is the northernmost of the three sub-regions, bordering Rioja Alta to the southwest and Rioja Baja to the southeast. Rioja Alavesa is similar to Rioja Alta in terms of climate, soil and style, and together they produce the best wines of the wine region. Here ultra-modern wineries sit side by side with stately bodegas and more modest wineries.