Explore the Best Wineries in Andalusia

Browse through the best selection of outstanding wineries

Modern winery making new wines without following D.O. guidelines

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Discover the first organic winery of the province of Malaga and pioneer from Ronda.

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Bodega F. Schatz, Ctra Ronda - La Vieja, Ronda, Espagne

Family winery that uses the traditional hatcheries and soleras system

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Avda Bajamar 40, Puerto De Santa Maria, Cadiz, 11500, Spain

Taste the wines that are awarded 90+ points by famous American critic - Robert Parker.

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Carretera Ronda La Vieja Los Villalones, Ronda, Malaga, 29400, Spain

A winery named after an important king of Granada that means The Brave

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PARAJE LAS CAÑAILLAS S/N, COGOLLOS DE GUADIX, 18518, GRANADA, Spain

Producing award-winning wines from the 120 years old grape plants.

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C/ Viñilla,6, Jete, Granada, 18699, Spain

Ancient winery in Montilla-Moriles with a subterranean ageing cellar

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Ronda Del Canillo, 4, Montilla, Córdoba, 14550, Spain

One of the Few Wineries in Spain Run by the 8th Generation of the Winemaker Family

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Calle Banda De La Playa 42, Sanlúcar De Barrameda, 11540, Cádiz, Spain

The number one winery in producing sweet wines in Spain

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Motorway A-92, Km. 132., Fuente De Piedra, Malaga, 29520, Spain

A winery with a strong belief of natural winemaking

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Ctra. Nº 331 Km 47,5, Montilla, Cordoba, 14550, Spain

Authenticity and wine-making technology

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Avenida Antonio Sánchez, Nº 1, Aguilar De La Frontera, Córdoba, 14920, Spain

Growing day by day to offer the best in Spanish wines

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Avenida De Las Americas 35, Mollina, Malaga -Andalucia-, 29532, Spain

Read More about Wineries in Andalusia

All you need to know about wineries in Andalusia.

September is the best month of the year to visit wineries in Andalusia. During this time, the temperatures become milder after the heat of summer. If you visit wineries in Andalusia during the harvest season, you might also visit big festivals, such as the Grape Harvest Festival in Jerez in September.

Wineries in Andalusia get busy during the end of August, when the harvest begins but this is for sure a great time to experience the harvesting process of the wineries. 

Wineries in Andalusia focuses on producing high quality wines. Here you will find:

  • Wineries with a long history of winemaking
  • Family-run wineries
  • Wineries that follow organic and biodynamic approach
  • Young wineries
  • Wineries producing under several DOCs
  • Cooperative wineries

When visiting wineries in Andalusia, don’t miss the Bodegas Cruz Conde winery, the official wine supplier of king Alfonso XIII.

Wineries in Andalusia have myriad of wine tourism facilities for you to enjoy. 

Numerous wineries in Andalusia have reduced mobility access to welcome everyone who wants to taste their incredible wine. Many wineries in Andalusia have cellar door sales, while only three wineries, Tabanco El Pasaje, Bodega Gutierrez Colosia and Bodegas Hidalgo la Gitana have a restaurant. Bodegas Hidalgo la Gitana also offers accommodation services.

A few wineries offer activities for kids and others allow you to bring your pet along.

Some of the grapes grown by wineries in Andalusia are: 

  • Palomino Fino
  • Pedro Ximenez 
  • Muscat of Alexandria 

Andalusia is mainly known for its world-famous fortified wine Sherry, which is mainly produced in the area of Jerez de la Frontera. The region is classified under many D.O.s (Denominacion de Origen) and under these D.O.s, wineries in Andalusia produce several styles of wines. For example, Malaga is known to produce sweet dessert wine and dry white wines, while red wines are mainly produced in the Ronda area.

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

  • Wine = vino
  • Winery = bodega
  • Vineyard = viñedo
  • Vine = parra
  • Grapes = uvas
  • Wine tasting = degustación de vino
  • Wine route = ruta de vino
  • Red wine = vino tinto
  • White wine = vino blanco
  • Sparkling wine = vino espumoso
  • Cheers! = Salud!

Are you interested in reading more about Andalusia? Read our travel guide to Andalusia wine region or visit our selection of the very best guide of Wine Tastings & Tours in Andalusia that you can book during your stay.