Dante Alighieri said that wine sows poetry in hearts and reason was not lacking. There are four wineries in Lanzarote with such exquisite wines you will fall in love when you begin to savor.
Thanks to the dry subtropical climate, Lanzarote becomes the ideal environment to grow large vineyards with high quality grapes.
And although in some cases it hides up to ten meters deep, the old soil becomes a fertile mantle where they remain sunken mature roots and renewed strains sprout.
Today we will talk about fourth winery wineries that have the luck to produce the most exquisite wines, thanks to the richness brought by the climate and the quality of the island’s soil.
Located in Tinajo, this winery of its own production has since 1991 offering the best quality to its customers. In addition to direct sales to individuals, in Reymar they also offer their exquisite broth wholesale. Its staff always very attentive and professional, provides an excellent treatment and speed in the service. Exquisite and distinguished table wine you should try if you visit the western part of Lanzarote.
25 hectares of own vineyard and with strains of more than 50 years, also known as Clara Mountain Winery is located in Arrecife. In its volcanic terrains are cultivated Malvasía, Moscatel, Diego and Listán black and white. American and French oak barrels come out exquisite red wines, reserve and a rosé. You can choose between dry, sweet and semi-sweet of high quality, in addition to the exclusive Muscatel Solera Especial.
Vega de Yuco
Located in the middle of the Tese Lomo, this young winery began its activity in 1997 combining traditional methods with latest technologies. The result is a product of quality and with a lot of personality; Wines including the Yaiza range, Masdache sparkling wines, organic wine or D’Yuco liqueurs. Due to their difficult access, visits to Vega de Yuco are limited and highly controlled. If you feel like organizing a visit for a small group, you can make your request by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm schedules and availability.
Located in San Bartolomé, it is the oldest winery in the Canaries and number ten in Spain. This is why it is also known as The Wine Museum, where there is a large number of antique pieces related to the wine production of the winery. They even keep bottles from 1881, which is the year in which the Moscatel de Ana was born. To know the old facilities of the Wine Museum you can come by yourself or even organize a guided tour. For both cases it is necessary to make a reservation, writing your request by email to email@example.com to confirm prices, availability and date of visit.