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If you like to taste good local wines, this is a very enjoyable and original place. A small shop at the front and in the back an original wooden extension and a lovely garden where you can sit and enjoy the surroundings and the wines....More
The woman who works in this museum is very friendly. She gave us to taste everything - jam, wine, liquer. Than she invited us to her garden where grows bananas and other fruits. We met also her cat Drago and he is such a nice...More
Popped into this place.Took 5 minutes to be acknowledged!
Staff seemed to be Russian and Spanish speakers.
They offered glasses at 1 Euro but the quality of the Listan Blanco was very poor and the man said the red was worse!!
Other people were trying...More
One of several places worth visiting near the Plaza San Marcos in Icod. Not a museum but the building is old and worth seeing. You can have a wine tasting of local wines, which are worth trying and (of course) for sale. Wines here are...More
Wow. I like interactive museums, and especially ones like this one where one interacts with nice wine!! Seriously, though, this is a wine shop and bar, and not a “museum”, but the staff are enthusiastic about their product, the garden is nice and quiet, and...More
This nice little shop sells locally produced wines of many kinds. For extra charge you can taste several types in the beautiful little bodega. The staff speaks English and is knowledgeable about the types of wine and wine making history in Tenerife. There is a...More
THE BEST place i've been to while in Tenerife. I went there with a bus tour. Wines were absolutely delicious. My favorites are the fruity one and Catalina ll (in picture). You won't find these wines anywhere else, only in this museum so you just...More
Tucked away this is easy to miss and seems to be more focussed on the gardens than a museum of local wine. However, the guide was very informative and spoke excellent English. We were offered various wine tasting options, going eventually for the medium sweet...More