Wine Tastings and Tours in Galicia

Wine tastings and tours in Galicia are not alike to any other Spanish region. Through an emerald-green landscape fringed with eucalyptus and gorse, you will have a unique experience to feel the Atlantic breeze in your glass of wine accompanied by delicious Galician tapas. You can also combine your wine tastings and tours in Galicia in a spa! The winemakers will definitely get you in their philosophy of organic cultivation and their hospitality will be memorable.

At WineTourism.com, we provide a wide selection of wine tastings and tours in Galicia wine tastings and tours together with our local partner wineries. Below you will find a list of wine tastings and tours in Galicia wine tastings and tours with a direct booking option and a map of the region with the exact location of each winery. Choose your favorite wine tasting in Galicia wine tastings and tours, let us know and we will guarantee you memorable experiences.

Bodegas Marqués De Vizhoja, Galicia wine region

Wine tasting at Bodegas Marqués De Vizhoja, one of our partner wineries in Galicia.

Browse through the best selection of exciting wine tasting and tours in Galicia

A wonderful wine tasting and guided cellar tour at Adega Pousadoiro

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Rosalia De Castro,8 Barral, Castrelo De Miño, Ourense, 32430, Spain

Help yourself to O Ribeiro wine tasting and take a guided tour of the estate at Adega Pousadoiro

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Rosalía De Castro 8, Barral, Castrelo De Miño, 32430, Ourense, Spain

A wine tasting and winery tour at Bodegas Marqués de Vizhoja

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Finca La Moreira S/N, Arbo, Pontevedra/Galicia, 36438, Spain

Exquisite Wine Tasting and a Memorable Stroll in the Vineyards & Cellar

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Burgáns 91, Vilariño, Cambados, 36633, Pontevedra, Spain

Get to know about organic winemaking and taste their exceptional Albarino wines at Corisca Wine Tasting & Tour

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Bº CORISCA Nº 5 - ENTIENZA, PONTEVEDRA, GALICIA, 36470 SALCEDA DE CASELAS, Spain

Try a wine tasting and a winery tour at Pazo Pondal

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Coto S/N Cabeiras, Arbo, Pontevedra, 36436, Spain

Have a wine tasting clubbed with a guided tour at Pazo Pondal Winery

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Coto S/N Cabeiras, Arbo, Pontevedra, 36436, Spain

Have a wine tasting, a Kartcross and a guided tour with geeps at Pazo Pondal Winery

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Coto S/N Cabeiras, Arbo, Pontevedra, 36436, Spain

Let's have a wine tasting paired with a SPA and guided tour at Pazo Pondal Winery

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Coto S/N Cabeiras, Arbo, Pontevedra, 36436, Spain

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Everything you need to know before you experience wine tastings and tours in Galicia.

Wineries in Galicia offer an all-inclusive experience to their guests. Starting from a guided tour around the estate, the vineyards, and moving on to the cellars and the production line they show an in-depth image of how the wine is produced. The wine tasting along with the local delicacies exceeds the visitors’ expectations. Cart cross through one of the estates or visiting a spa close by is some of the experiences you will never forget! Enjoy your glass of wine listening to the stories by the estate owners starring the stunning landscapes and the lush green forests in Galicia.

The wine signature wineries in Galicia produce is Albariño. Notes for Albariño are light to medium in body, high in acidity, and very fragrant, with notes of peach, lemon, and apple. On the palate, we will taste the minerality that comes from the Atlantic and even salty!

Ribeiro, however, gives more body and floral richness than Albariño from Rías Baixas due to the combination of Atlantic and Mediterranean influences.

Mencia wines have a bright complexion with vivid maroon color, relatively fresh acidity, and tannins. The fruit flavors can range from red to black fruits.

Some wineries in Galicia are experimenting with carbonic maceration to emphasize the variety’s fruit characteristics and reduce tannins.

If you are not a world champion in windsurfing then you should avoid visiting Galicia in winter. You can visit wineries in Galicia from mid-spring till late October. During summer the humidity is still high due to the ocean influence and the sun is so bright you can sunbathe from around 8:00 pm to around 9:00 pm at night. Thousands of fiestas guarantee authentic pleasure all year around. Galicia’s picturesque scenery is breathtaking all seasons long.

Except visiting wineries in Galicia there are other, truly magnificent places to visit. Galicia, in northwest Spain, is a lush green, mountainous region that boasts stunning coasts, beautiful beaches, world heritage sites, and deep, unique history. Its tourist attractions are many in number and attract numerous visitors from all over the world.

  • World-renowned pilgrimage and World Heritage site, the cathedral of old town Santiago de Compostela is not only architecturally stunning but is steeped in history. A place to which thousands of Christians walk the ‘Camino de Santiago’, the city and its cathedral mark the historical struggle between Muslims and Spanish Christians in the 10th century.
  • Torre de Hércules, a lighthouse built by the Romans at the windy northern tip of the city A Coruña, in the 1st century CE; a beacon on the furthest edge of the civilized world. The outer facing of the 59m-high tower was added in 1788/90, but the inside is mostly original Roman. Climb the 200 plus steps for great panoramas over the headland and its outdoor sculpture park.
  • The Cíes Islands are an archipelago off the coast of Pontevedra in Galicia, in the mouth of the Ria de Vigo. They belong to the parish of San Francisco de Afora, in the municipality of Vigo. They were declared a Nature Reserve in 1980 and are included in the Atlantic Islands of Galicia National Park created in 2002.

Galicia is a paradise for adrenaline buffs. Windsurfing in the Atlantic ocean, extreme kayaking, and rafting at “the country of two thousand rivers”, hiking the El Camino; a network of trails which its most popular route, the Camino Francés, spans from the city of Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port at the base of the French Pyrenees to Santiago de Compostela in northwestern Spain. Last but not least find yourself on one of the golden beaches relaxing from everyday stress!

If you visit wineries in Galicia, here are some language tips you might found useful:

Wine = Viño
Winery = Adega
Vineyard = Viña
Wine tasting = Cata de viños

Are you interested in reading more about Galicia in Spain? Read our Travel Guide to Galicia Wine Region section, or visit our selection of the very Best Wineries in Galicia that you can visit during your stay.