The Best Malaga Wine Tours – Salud!

This blog post was originally posted on April 8th, 2016 and was updated on November 9th, 2017

We must admit, we do love a good glass of wine, and there’s no better way to further your understanding of all things ‘vino’ than with a wine tour!

Malaga may be more famous for its sweet wines and sherries (think Pedro Ximenez or Moscatel) but in recent years the region has undergone a revolution of sorts. With delicious and sophisticated red and white wines coming from areas such as Ronda, Malaga now boasts one of the most diverse, up and coming wine scenes in the whole of Spain!

Consider yourself somewhat of a wine aficionado, or simply you would like to taste a variety of delicious wines from the southern region? Check out our list of Malaga wine tours that we love, and add one of them to your Andalusian adventure!

Consider yourself somewhat of a wine aficionado, or simply you would like to taste a variety of delicious wines from the southern region? Check out our list of Malaga wine tours that we love, and add one of them to your Andalusian adventure!

Photo Credit: The Travel Addict Diaries

Tannin Trail

A Tannin Trail Wine and Food Tour gives you a great insight into Andalusian wine, right in the heart of some of the region’s most fascinating wineries. With doorstep pick-up in Malaga city center, you’ll travel in style to local boutique vineyards where passionate professionals will show you the true art of winemaking.

Perhaps their most popular tour is the Red Wine Lovers Tour, a full day trip to nearby Ronda, which includes red, white and rosé wine tastings at two vineyards in the region. Each glass of wine comes with carefully selected tapas pairings, and if you’re still hungry after all those tasty treats, you can opt in for lunch straight from the winemaker’s kitchen to finish off the day! Alternatively, you’ll be given time to explore beautiful Ronda and the fascinating Moorish architecture of the city.

When it comes to Malaga wine tours, this combination of wine, food, and stunning Andalusian countryside is a great choice! Check out their website to get full price details and availability.

Many Malaga wine tours visit the beautiful town of Ronda, a relatively new winemaking community in the Sierras de Malaga
Ronda, a beautiful place to visit and home to some great wineries too! – Photo Credit: Charlotte Tai

Cellar Tours

If you want your entire Andalusian adventure organized for you and for your holiday to center on delicious food and wine, a Cellar Tours experience is the way to go! This tour provides comprehensive week-long routes through all of the southern region’s main cities, visiting the sites and tasting local specialty wines and food along the way.

With the experience starting in Malaga, venture into the city for some delicious tapas before your adventure begins. You’ll travel to Seville, Córdoba, Jerez and Ronda, with VIP private tours and tastings at a number of prestigious estates en route, before returning to our beautiful city.

What’s the mode of transport? Chauffeured Mercedes of course, to go along with the luxurious hotels you’ll stay in during your trip – this truly is the ultimate VIP wine tour in Malaga! Have a look at the sample itinerary on their website and get in touch to receive your personalized quote.

Embark on one of these Malaga wines tours and you will have the chance to visit beautiful wineries like this all over Andalusia
Depart on a wine tour from Malaga and have the chance to visit beautiful wineries all over Andalusia! – Photo Credit: Ignacio Palomo Duarte

Wine Tasting Spain

Another luxury Malaga wine tour is Wine Tasting Spain’s ‘Oenotourism Malaga Wine Tour’. You’ll head deep into the Malaga Mountains, sampling some of the province’s most traditional wines in one of the oldest wineries in the province. This off the beaten track gem sits at an altitude of 2,200 ft, offering spectacular views and scenery as you sip the bodega’s award winning vinos.

Following that, you head to one of the typical white villages of Malaga where you try delicious homemade tapas at a local tavern before heading for another wine tasting at a local museum. All transport is included in the price and there’s the added bonus of complimentary onboard drinks– that’s assuming you will still feel thirsty after all your wine tastings! Visit the website for prices and availability and treat yourself to some luxury during your stay in Malaga.

Interested in Malaga wine tours but don't want to leave the city? You can enjoy a wine tasting experience on our Tastes, Tapas & Traditions of Malaga Food Tour.
Learning about Malaga wine on our Tastes, Tapas & Traditions of Malaga Food Tour

Our Tastes, Tapas & Traditions of Malaga Food Tour

Perhaps you don’t have time to leave the city but would still like to get to know Malaga’s wine scene? We find the fact that Malaga has not just one, but two, official wine making regions so interesting that we explore the world of Malaga’s wine on our Devour Tapas Tours

First, we sample iconic sweet wine from Malaga, then later on we move to a wonderful wine store to get an overview of our fabulous dry wines from the Sierras de Malaga. In between wonderful wines, we also experience the best food that Malaga has to offer.

Think a typical breakfast, delicious and varied tapas, and a visit to our famous Mercado de Atarazanas to try special local products, all with history and culture speckled in between– an experience to really tell the story of our city!

Whether you are stopping by Malaga for just a few hours or sticking around to spend some time in the city, we hope that we can share our Malaga with you.

 

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