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Andalusia, Spain Wine tasting & winery tours

Our most recommended Andalusia, Spain Wine tasting & winery tours

Málaga: Evening Wine and Tapas Tour

1. Málaga: Evening Wine and Tapas Tour

Take a culinary tour of Spanish cuisine with an introduction to the fine wine varietals of the region and diverse tapas on this tour of Málaga. Let your expert guide lead you off the beaten path through the nightlife of Málaga. Start with a visit to a charming and traditional tavern in Málaga and sample some characteristic wines of the region here. Taste some freshly sliced Iberian ham in a small, family-run grocery store and enjoy the typical Spanish lifestyle. Continue on your way to a small, cozy bar that specializes in sausage, cheese and vermouth. Enjoy a few little bites here before heading to the most famous bars in Málaga. Learn all about the development of cuisine in Málaga and let the innovative ideas of modern cooking inspire you.

Ronda: Organic Olive Oil Tour and Tasting

2. Ronda: Organic Olive Oil Tour and Tasting

Immerse yourself in local products on this walking tour through olive groves, citrus trees and vineyards in Ronda. Discover the creative play between nature and spaces that demonstrate the vision of the French industrial architect and designer Philippe Starck. Start by immersing yourself in an exhibition with photographic works by renowned artists. Head to the greenhouse where you can view a video presentation. See a traditional oil mill and a bottling and labelling machine. Continue to the ecological garden where you can find out about the eco-friendly production of a wide variety of products like vegetables, aromatic plants, citrus trees and quince trees. View an organic vineyard with Pinot noir grapes that are transformed into wine by Michel Rolland, a renowned and influential winemaker. Stop at a small 19th century chapel which was donated to the estate by the widow Doña Lola. Walk through a variety of 25 different olives from around the world. Admire large ancient olive trees in Carlota's Square before returning to the greenhouse to taste some olive oils. Learn how to differentiate between a mild oil and an intense one. Try an oil that received an award for being the best organic oil in the world in 2015.

Málaga: Traditional Tapas and Wine Tour

3. Málaga: Traditional Tapas and Wine Tour

Start this tour in a 200-year-old winery, where you will have your first Málaga sweet wine. The differences between each type of wine, the grapes used, etc. will be explained by a local guide. Continue to a favorite stop for "Malagueños" to enjoy some of the best wine and tapas in town. Discover a special place with a long history and folkloric decorations. Have another glass of wine with your tapas and indulge in the Málaga gastronomy.  Finally, experience the vibe of an Andalusian tavern around Calle Carretería and immerse yourself in the local atmosphere away from the tourist crowds. Taste the house specialty, Spanish Vermouth and try around 5-6 homemade tapas per person or more to share.

Half-Day Wine Tour in Andalusia

4. Half-Day Wine Tour in Andalusia

The wines from Seville and the Andalusian provinces have been appreciated for centuries due to their unique characteristics. On this half day excursion, travel through the region to visit traditional wineries and/or cognacs. At the destination, learn in detail about the production processes of these wines and cognacs in the south-west of the region. After learning how they are made, enjoy a wine tasting before heading back driving through the beautiful countryside. This is a great tour for wine lovers and an original way to enjoy wine tourism in Spain.

Malaga: Tapas Crawl

5. Malaga: Tapas Crawl

Immerse yourself in the rich world of Andalucian tapas with a tour of the most authentic and emblematic tapas bars in Malaga. Eat and live like the locals do as you travel around various bars for a unique gastronomical experience. After meeting your guide, head out on your journey of discovery of Malagaa's historical local bars and hidden bodegas. Visit 5 different tapas bars and sample up to 10-12 delicious local specialties in each one. Learn more about how the city’s rich history and culture have influenced its cuisine, all while connecting with other foodies with the expert help of your guide, who will share the city’s culture with you through its gastronomy.

Seville: Sangria Tasting with Rooftop Views

6. Seville: Sangria Tasting with Rooftop Views

You will be warmly welcome to the rooftop restaurant that has one of the most private and exclusive rooftops in Seville. With views of the whole city center, get comfortable while your first two types of sangria are prepared. Enjoy a red wine and a white wine sangria with fresh seasonal fruit while also sampling marinated olives and cheese.   Later on, try the next drink of sherry sangria with a perfectly paired for this type of sangria. Towards the end of the experience, you’ll see a cava sangria demonstration right in front of your eyes and learn how to make an easy and traditional sangria using the most traditional wine from the region.  

Seville: Tapas, Taverns, and History Walking Tour

7. Seville: Tapas, Taverns, and History Walking Tour

Your tour kicks off at one of the most charismatic taverns in the city, which was founded at the beginning of the 1900s. There you will taste a few typical dishes such as flaming chorizo, served just as they did 100 years ago by being accompanied with refreshing artisan vermouth straight from the barrel. Walking through the historic streets of Seville and along the old Moorish souk, you will see the secrets of the fragrances of Seville before visiting a local bakery to see traditional cakes which are made from old recipes by artisans. The next stop is to one of the best-known bars in Seville, having trading since 1942. It is there that politicians, writers, and artists congregate, and its owner was given the Medal of the City in 2018. Finally, your last stop is a restaurant where tradition and modern influences are combined, Andalusian and International fusion intertwined. Throughout the entire tour you will be accompanied by a local guide who will share their expertise and passion for local culture and Sevillian cuisine.

Seville: Exclusive Paella Cooking Class with Cathedral Views

8. Seville: Exclusive Paella Cooking Class with Cathedral Views

Learn how to create exquisite paella step-by-step with this cooking class. During the class, head to an exclusive rooftop with unique views of the historic center of Seville. Meet outside of the Alfonso XIII Hotel gate right at the corner of Puerta de Jerez. Get to know your group before walking to the exclusive location for your paella cooking class. We will take an elevator to reach the rooftop. Views will be blocked until the last person gets there. Then we will discover the unique views of the historic center of Seville. Enjoy a welcome drink and a few appetizers will be offered before starting the class. Follow step-by-step instructions on how to make the most exquisite paella. As the paella slowly cooks, board the elevator to reach the rooftop. Admire the views of the city's most important monument from Plaza de España to the only skyscraper of Seville, Torre Sevilla. Later on, sit down to enjoy your hearty paella with your fellow cooks.. Before you leave, you will be given a special present that will remind you of the experience.

Córdoba: Local Wine Tasting Evening

9. Córdoba: Local Wine Tasting Evening

Your guide meet up with you at 8:00PM, in a nice little winery-shop which will open up especially for this wine tasting. Your expert will then explain to you over the space of 1.5 hours the different wines from the region Montilla-Moriles, partnered with different delicious typical local Tapas. You can enjoy this guided tour whilst tasting a selection of Spanish wines and learning about Córdoba's history as a wine making region. Following your tour, you will know and recognize the differences between wines such as: Fino, Oloroso, and the sweet Pedro Ximénez, all of which are from the wine region of Montilla-Moriles. Of course, you will be free to ask about the wines that you want, and this wine experience includes a wine tasting partnered with delicious tapas, before concluding at the wine shop.

Malaga: Flamenco, Tapas, and Wine Tour

10. Malaga: Flamenco, Tapas, and Wine Tour

Together with your guide, visit 3 different taverns or wine cellars in the city center, including the oldest tavern in the city which was founded 175 years ago. Your guide will explain the differences between each wine and the myths about the origin of tapas, while you enjoy the atmosphere and the company of your group. Make your way to a stop for "Malagueños" to enjoy some of the best wine and tapas in town at a place with a long history and folkloric decorations. Have another glass of wine together with your first tapas.  Next, experience the vibe of an Andalusian tavern around Calle Carretería and fully immerse in the local atmosphere away from the tourist crowds. Taste the house specialty: Spanish Vermouth and try around 5-6 homemade tapas per person or more to share. Finally, your guide will accompany you to the entrance of the Flamenco venue, owned by professional dancers, singers, and musicians. Enjoy the Flamenco performance while you relax with another drink after your tour.

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4.6 / 5

based on 734 reviews

What a great day out. Brilliant friendly guides, loads of sherry to taste and an incredible horse display. This was well worth it and we couldn’t recommend it more highly. Thank you!

We visited 3 locations each of which was interesting in a different way. The tapas and the wines were very good and the guide was interesting with some history of Malaga.

Mariela was such a fabulous host, so knowledgable and very enthusiastic about food just like ourselves. Great time had by all.

Sasha was an excellent guide, this was a great opportunity to try tapas at smaller local places away from main tourist places!

Such a fun evening with great people! Mariela was an amazing host, very welcoming and passionate about local food.