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Wine tourism in the Region of Valencia
Wine tourism in the Region of Valencia
Wine tourism in the Region of Valencia
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Imagine an idyllic landscape, a conversation with the taste of good wine, the smell of the earth and the colours of the vine. Do you fancy a single trip? Practice wine tourism, an unforgettable experience that will make you fall in love from the first second.

Wine tourism in the Region of Valencia will take you on a discovery of not only quality wines, but also the towns, landscapes and wineries that are connected to this great tradition. The meeting point of rural tourism and gastronomic tourism, wine travel will envelop you in spectacular scenery where you will find yourself falling in love with the notes and nuances of some incredible wines. 

Wine tourism in the province of Castellón

The wineries located in the Les Useres-Vilafamés, Sant Mateu, Alto Palancia-Alto Mijares region are grouped under a Protected Geographical Indication (PGI). This designation encompasses producers based in the beautiful towns and villages of Almedíjar, Segorbe, Jérica, Vilafamés, Chert, Culla, Alcalà de Xivert-Alcossebre and Atzeneta del Maestrat. 

The province boasts endemic grape varieties, namely Macabeo, Monastrell and Embolicaire. An incredible draw for wine lovers who will also enjoy soaking up the local culture and roaming the spectacular landscapes during their gastronomic getaway. Make sure you put Museu d’Art Contemporani in Vilafamés on your to-visit list as well as the cork oaks in Almedíjar. And once you’ve finished your explorations, head to the many family-run wineries where know-how passed down the generations meets technological innovation. 

Wine tourism in the province of Valencia

The wineries located in the province of Valencia are calling out to be explored. The Utiel-Requena winemaking region - which covers the towns and villages of Chera, Camporrobles, Caudete de las Fuentes, Siete Aguas, Villargordo del Cabriel and more - is full of wineries that open their doors to visitors. 

The Wine Trail is a great way to immerse yourself in the wine produced in the area. You will visit wineries, stroll through vines and learn about all sorts of wines and cava. The region is also known for its delicious sausages which are best enjoyed paired with a glass of wine.  There are also many walking trails in the area that will lead you deep into beautiful landscapes. 

If you’re keen to explore the wines boasting the Valencia Designation of Origin, make your way to the wineries located in Fontanars dels Alforins and La Font de la Figuera, where you will sample some truly exceptional vintages. 

Wine tourism in the province of Alicante

The wines produced in the province of Alicante have a reputation for excellence, and with good reason. Protected by Designation of Origin status, the wines come paired with spectacular seascapes and mountain scenery where you can really get away from it all. In Marina Alta, you can discover the wines made with sweet grapes in places like Xaló. The grapes grown in this area are not only used to make wine, but they are also dried to make raisins. If you’re interested in this tradition, you can take a tour of the riuraus, the buildings where the grapes used to be dried. ​​​​​​​

So what are you waiting for? Indulge in a spot of wine tourism in the Region of Valencia and throw yourself into historic wineries, beautiful landscapes and incredible products. 

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Run away to the vineyards in the Region of Valencia and live a gastronomic experience that you’ll cherish in your memories for years to come.
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