The best wineries in Castile and Leon

Discover The Leading Wineries of Castile and Leon to Visit

Wineries in Castile and Leon2021-03-12T17:01:00+00:00

Explore The Best Wineries in Castile and Leon

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Enjoy a delicious meal and try some wines at the home of Toro wines

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Ctra Toro Salamanca Km 5, Toro, Zamora, 49800, Spain

The best Verdejo white wines within the Rueda Denomination of Origin

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Poligono Industrial Jose Antonio Gonzalez Caviedes Par 144, Olmedo, Valladolid, 47410, Spain

A unique experience with Spanish wines and Greek mythology

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Avenida Mariano Ruiz, 1., Rueda, Valladolid, 47490, Spain

Bodegas Arrocal, a perfect balance of tradition and technology

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C/ Eras De Santa María, S/N, Gumiel De Mercado-Burgos, Denominación De Origen Ribera Del Duero, 9443, Spain

Indulge in the love for organic wines of the owner, Jaime Comenge

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Camino Del Castillo S/Nº, Curiel De Duero, Valladolid, 47316, Spain

Winery under the MGWines group known for their distinctive Mencia wines

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Calle La Lecheria Nº 3, Dehesas (Ponferrada), Leon, 24390, Spain

Meet the young and diverse team at Bodegas Godelia

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Antigua Ctra. N-Vi Km 403,5, Pieros-Cacabelos, León, 24547, Spain

Winery certified under WfCP and producing premium Tempranillo wines

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Carretera de Valladolid a Soria, km 325,6, Quintanilla de Onésimo, Valladolid, 47350, Spain

El Bierzo winery using almost 100-year-old vineyards to make their premium wines

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Calle Vista alegre s/n Parcela 467, Quilos, Leon, 24548, Spain

Discover the first winery in León to join Grandes Pagos de España.

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Plaza Mayor, 2, Herreros De Jamuz, Leon, 24767, Spain

Exotic Tinta de Toro wines from the Ribera Del Duero region

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Carretera Toro-Zamora N122 Km 436,7, , Toro (Zamora), 49881, Spain

The Soul of Toro wines on the banks of Guarena river

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BODEGA VIÑAGUAREÑA, Ctra. Toro - Salamanca, Toro, Espagne

Map of Castile and Leon Wine Region

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How to Reach Wineries in Castile and Leon

Wineries in Castile and Leon are easily accessible by different means of transportation. 

Fly into Madrid-Barajas (MAD) if you are coming to Castile and Leon from anywhere else than Spain. The Madrid Barajas Airport is not in Castile-León but in the neighboring region of Madrid. From there, you can travel to Segovia and Valladolid by metro and train, or by bus to Salamanca and Burgos.

There are some smaller regional airport in Castile and León in Valladolid (VLL), León (LEN), Salamanca (SLM) and Burgos-Villafria Airport (RGS).

If you want to head to the north of the region, you can take a flight to Oviedo (OVD) or Santander (SDR).

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Travel via A1 or A6 from Madrid and reach Castile and Leon in an average of 2 hours 45 minutes. Road trip is perfect to discover and know the region by heart by the end of your trip.

While you travel from Madrid, we recommend you spare 6-8 days for road trip and not miss the following stop offs to explore wineries in Castile and Leon:
Segovia, historic town with a mid-town Roman aqueduct, Gothic Cathedral, and the castle that inspired Disney’s Cinderella Castle.
– On your way to Burgos, visit San Ildefonso, a town on the foothills of Sierra de Guadarrama mountains, home to the Royal Palace of La Granja.
Burgos, a city is best known for its Cathedral which is a part of UNESCO World Heritage site.
Valladolid, the tourism center of Spain’s central plateau with old interesting buildings.
Salamanca, a historic center with Romanesque, Gothic, Moorish, Renaissance, and Baroque monuments which are part of UNESCO World Heritage site.

Intercity Bus service company like ALSA connects from Madrid several times a day which will take around 3 hours and 30 minutes. There are also some direct bus connections from Madrid Barajas International Airport serving the region.

There are several high-speed trains that connect Madrid with Segovia, Valladolid, Zamora, and León.

From Barcelona, there are only a handful of trains which are also quite slow. Instead, take a connection via Madrid which is the faster option.

From France, the shortest route is via Hendaye and Irun. From there, take train to Burgos, Palencia, Valladolid or León.

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Read More About Wineries in Castile and Leon

Everything you need to know about wineries in Castile and Leon

The best time to explore wineries in Castille and Leon is from May until October when it’s pleasant with warm temperature and limited rainfall. The weather and climate of Castille and Leon is much suitable for a summer vacation. The Mediterranean climate makes the summer hot and dry, and winter mild.

Here you will find:

– Wineries focusing on less traditional wines;
– Traditional family-run wineries;
– Interesting terroirs, ranging from rocky high-altitude vineyards to arid plains planted with old bush vines
– Mesmerizing mountain range, UNESCO sites, and coastal towns.

Visiting wineries in Castile and Leon will open a whole new book of winemaking techniques, philosophies with their great history and rich culture.

Wineries in Castile and Leon have dedicated tasting rooms for wine tasting. You can choose guided tours in the winery where you are escorted to every nook and corner of the winery. Get to know what makes Castile and Leon wines and their grapes so special. Use the details from our website as the basis for your next winery tour, so you visit different areas in turn and taste the wines made by different wineries.

Most of the wineries in Castile and Leon offer a wide range of experiences starting from plain wine tastings to luxurious dining and everything in between. You can taste the fine quality Castile and Leon wines either in the wine bar or in gourmet restaurants with delicious meals. Have a look at our list of wine tastings and tours in Castile and Leon.

Some Red grape varieties grown here are:
– Tempranillo
– Mencia
– Cabernet Sauvignon
– Merlot
– Syrah.

Some White grape varieties grown here are:
– Verdejo
– Viura

Castile and León hold the biggest varieties of wine in Spain. Some are:
– Red wine, White, and Rosé wine
– Joven
– Crianza
– Reserva
– Gran Reserva

If you visit wineries in Castile and Leon, 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!

Frequently Asked Questions about Wineries in Castile and Leon

Selection of the most frequently asked questions about Wineries in Castile and Leon

Most of the wineries in Castile and Leon are located in the wine regions in the countryside. The best way to prepare a visit to a winery in Castile and Leon is to book your visit in advance on our website.

Use our interactive Castile and Leon winery map to browse wineries near Valladolid, Léon, and Salamanca.