Ribera del Duero

Wine Tour

Ribera del Duero, located on the northern plateau of Spain within the community of Castilla y Leon, is one of the nine most recognized Spanish winemaking areas.

It is believed that viticulture has been part of this region and its culture for over 2.000 years.
Heralded for its natural beauty with sweeping views of the River Duero Valley, this region has maintained it sense of history.
Along with the modern winery facilities that dot the landscape, the region also boasts testaments to its past through the various monasteries, churches and castles.

Visit Abadia Retuerta, sleep in this monastery and winery hotel.

Peñaranda de Duero, a picturesque medieval village, outstanding for its historic centre, castle and palace.

Sleep in an aristocratic house hotel.

Visit Aranda de Duero, the heart of Ribera del Duero.

River Duero landscapes. Visit ancestral underground wine cellars.

Castle, in the town of Peñafiel. This castle is also home to a wine museum.

Aranda de Duero. There are more than 120, underground wine caves in the village, dating from the 16th century.

Sleep in a 5* hotel, set in extensive vineyards.