Taste and tour the weekend near and in Valencia - wine not?
Indulgers look no further, because Valencia is Spain’s largest export of wine. We recommend meeting the locals who take great pride in their skills by offering wine tasting and wine tours in Valencia. From Tempranillos to Mourvedres, and Muscat to Sauvignon Blanc we are sure drinking in style is a wonderful answer when asking what to do in Valencia and how to explore tourism in Valencia.
Be it a private wine tasting in Valencia, a total wine experience in Valencia, or a day trip to a winery near Valencia scroll down to see three of our recommendations.
Valencia Wine Consulting & Tours
Johan de Smidt has spent almost 10 years giving private wine tours and wine tasting in Valencia. A connoisseur of wine, culture, and hospitality, contact him personally over the phone or through email and begin a tailor made experience in and around the city of Valencia. If unavailable, Johan has a trusted group of like minded wine gurus in Valencia.
You can contact Johan on: +34 617 02 79 22 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking for a total wine experience? Explore Sea Saffron’s wine packages at the City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia or in Valencia town Center. Prices range from 60 to 100 euros for small and private groups. You can expect to take around 5 hours.
When you are there don’t leave without seeing the Oceanographic.
Valencia Cellar Tours
Perhaps a day trip? With Valencia Cellar Tours you can also book a wine tour and tasting in Requena just outside of Valencia. In 2014 this area won over 100 awards for its wine internationally. You will be picked up in the Valencian town center and taken on a day trip. Rest assured Toni the guide speaks fluent English.
Reach them on +34 617 96 99 75 or email@example.com;
Being so vibrant it is sometimes hard to decide on what to do in Valencia now. Consider using the Love Valencia App to find out what’s best, and make bookings.
*Tours have more focus on the process of creating wine you can expect to see vineyards, cellars and meet the winemakers in person. After the tour, you get to taste the wine.
**Tasting is typically in one or more restaurants, you can expect a variety of wine choices and an instructions on how to evaluate the wine. (Typically the more economic of the two).