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Sample the unique history and renowned wine producers of Ribera del Duero during this 10.5-hour trip from Madrid. Stop by three wineries during your trip, each of which offers a different setting mixing modern, traditional and medieval architecture, to taste the vintages from one of the most famous wine regions in the world. Get an in-depth look at wine production and harvesting during one stop and also have time to explore this ancient region’s wealth of medieval villages and castles. An expert guide, plus seasonal lunch, entrance fees, tastings and transport are included.
  • Discover Spain's famous Ribera del Duero wine region during a guided day trip and tasting experience
  • Stop at three local wineries for tastings and a chance to admire the unique mix of modern and traditional architecture
  • Get a behind-the-scenes look at wine production and harvesting at one winery stop
  • Explore the region's ancient history during visits to medieval villages and castles


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, Jul 2018

We decided that do a vineyard tour in Ribera del Duero region and the experience exceeded our expectations. We visited three bodegas/vineyards: Dominio de Cair, Val Soltillo and Legaris. The wine was exquisite: rosé and/or white and red. The local tour was done by Gourmet Madrid and the tour guide—Jorge— was great and knowlegeable. We were able to buy wine and ship it home. Would do it again in a heartbeat. Thank you Jorge from Gourmet Madrid.

, Dec 2017

We enjoyed this tour very much. Our guide Jorge did an excellent job. He was very knowledgeable about the wine and the region. The wine tasted were all of high quality and the Vineyards visited were very nice. I would do this tour again and recommend it to others.

, Nov 2017

An amazingly sophisticated visit to several vineyards and wine making facilities. The tour guide was an expert with family in the industry. Private and professional. Worth visiting these select vineyards.

, Nov 2017

The tour was cancelled, because no one else signed up to go on the tour that day. Gourmet Madrid offered us several other options, though. We ended up doing a wine tasting with them at Bar La Malvasia. Jaime led the tasting. He was fun and knowledgeable. We had a wonderful time and we learned a lot about Spanish wine. I do wish we had been able to actually visit the wineries in the Ribera del Duero, but it was a good alternative, and I was pleased that Gourmet Madrid really went out of their way to make sure we had a good time.

, Nov 2017

Excellent and informative tour guided by Enrique. A pleasure to be with, prompt and great personality. The wineries were outstanding as well as the delicious wines. Experience not to be missed!
Thank you Enrique!

, Oct 2017

This has a potential of very interesting tour. The wineries visited are worthwhile and some of them are truly unique. There is only one problem, our guide was scheduled to take another tour around in Madrid that night. It was his priority to get back to Madrid to make it to the tapas tour that night and little else mattered. This is not necessarily a bad review of that particular guide but rather the system that schedules this way. We were rushed to get going all day, barely had time for lunch and last winery visit was essentially crumpled to nothing. Also, visit to Segovia was just a glance and we were just pressed to get back to the bus. As the result the time spend at some places was not very worthwhile and at some point I felt like I am being pronged like cattle to get back into the bus. I just don't think this is good for anyone including the guide, visitors and tour company. Overall, very mediocre experience because of these issues. Real pity, it could have been a highlight of our time in Madrid.

, Oct 2017

This trip consisted of visiting 3 different wineries, all very interesting. The wine pours were generous, although some of the wines seemed a little young/unbalanced. There was a chance to buy some of the wines, but no hard-core sales occurred. The guides at the wineries were enthusiastic, and eager to share their knowledge. Our tour guide, Enriquez was very informative and passionate about the wines as well. The lunch was great, and a good value for a small price. The most confusing thing was the meeting spot in the morning. The address was very vague, and there was nothing to designate the open area as the meeting spot. Fortunately, the group found each other, as we had asked for directions at many of the store fronts at this street intersection, and not one person was familiar with the tour or company! This needs to be fixed.

, Oct 2017

This was a fantastic wine tour. Our guide was so knowledgeable. We went to 3 wineries and one of them had underground tunnels with wine storage. I would recommend this trip to everyone. My only suggestion would be for the guide who met us in Madrid to carry a sign for the tour. We had a hard time locating him.

, Oct 2017

Very informative guide. Lively experience and small group experience was wonderful. Although we paid for lunch, guide made sure we experienced authentic Castillian cuisine. Although I had a cane and had to walk carefully over uneven surfaces slowly, guide was quite helpful and made sure I was safe and helped me navigate stairs w/o railings. All in all, an excellent tour.

, Sep 2017

The tour was very nice. Worth the time and money.

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