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We reserved a time to visit and we had a audio guide to tell us about
the history of Aranda and it’s wine cellars. It was very informative. Then we went back to the main room and tasted 3 different red wines from various years....More
Check out the caves beneath the streets of Aranda, but most important, great source of information about Ribera del Duero, very helpful and knowledgable staff, wine tasting too, can compare wines from different areas of the region, they have maps to the wineries
I agree with the person who wrote the "uninviting" review. I showed up around 1230 after reviewing operating hours, and when I got there, the guy working there rudely told me a visit would be "impossible." There were no tours going on, but they were...More
It says it opens at 10.30am and we arrived at 11am. It was closed so came back at 11.30am. The lady at the counter COMPLETELY ignored us and we just stood there and waited whilst she attended to admin business. She was aware of us...More
very educational. the guide conducted a tasting of wines while educating us on how to taste informatively using senses and a way to categorize smells and tastes. very good foods presented to pair with each wine.
We toured the caves and we tasted the wine. Christina waited on us and took such good care. She recommended wineries for us to visit and it was wonderful as we enjoyed our visits
We also ordered wine and had it shipped to our home...More
very helpful staff, interesting wines, the cellar is a long way down. At one time the cellars in the city were all connected about 10 km. The tasting here was OK but we did come here ant the end of tourist season. November is after...More
We had an excellent guide for the tasting. We walked down, down, down many stairs into the cave for an explanation of the unusual city with wine cellars everywhere under the streets with vents on street level. At the tasting, the guide explained how to...More
I called to make sure a morning visit would work. We drove from Segovia, great drive easy to find-Thanks to GPS!
Small streets and lots of shops line the old city and it is very busy. We took the underground cave tour and then savored...More
We were so lucky to meet a lady in the shop upstairs as we were running out of time and not in a tour group. We pleaded with her to allow us visit the cellar. She did accommodate us and we want to express our...More