Visit us in our tasting room without prior reservation. Taste any of our wines by the glass or as part of tasting flights. Or book a cellar tour & tasting online or directly at the tasting room. But careful, slots are limited and sell out quickly. We also offer a selection of artisan cheese, cured ham, Iberian pork sausage and homemade bread.
Until further notice, we are open for take-away and shop pick up orders only during usual opening hours directly at the cellar door.
Taste our wines by the glass or as flyers of 3, 5 or 7. Or combine your tastings with a selection of olives, artisan cheese, cured meat or Iberian chouriço. For details, please download our tasting room menu.
Order any of these tastings directly in our tasting room or prebook via this website. Please bring your receipt with you, together with valid ID for the person purchasing.
All wine tastings in professional 5cl tasting glasses.
Tuesday to Saturday: 11:00. Duration: 45 min. Please be there on time. Two wine tastings included. Option to additionally book a light lunch (artisan cheese, cured meat, ham, bread, olives). Maximum capacity: 5 (reduced capacity during COVID)
To book, click on the Cellar Tour & Tasting event title below to select a date and time and specify the number of guests. You can book up to 60 days before the tour and and change your booking up to 1o days before the tour. Please bring a copy of your receipt and valid ID for the person booking the tour.
We continue to make wine during the pandemics and also have the tasting room and cellar open, with all safety measures in place and a reduced capacity of 5 persons per tour. The online booking is turned off during that time – please call us at (+351) 213630707 or send an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Participants must be at least 18 years of age. Please contact us before booking for children between 6 and 18 years. Unfortunately, fire safety regulations prohibit the participation of children younger than 6 years and people with mobility-related disabilities. Please note that participants climb a short, steep staircase for the second tasting during the tour.