The first one to believe in the fertility of the volcanic soils was the Portuguese Ferdinando Castro who in 1947 began the viticulture in Tenerife, it was so successful that in 1985 their first Denominación de Origen was born.
As of today, the viticulture is very much alive in this wonderful island.
Departing towards the end of the morningwe'll enjoy the beautiful landscapes between the ocean and the inland thanks to the wonderful roads .
We’ll stop in Trevejos and we’ll visit a canteen, “Bodega”, a family business, and we’ll listen to the owners explaining how the island of Tenerife favours the natural growing of grapevines thanks to its micro-climates which protect and help the growing of the vines.
We’ll see and learn about the winemaking process and after the host will show us all their winehouse products.
By the end of that visit and holding a glass full of wine, we’ll be able to relax and enjoy the panorama as well as an amazing meal.
Our day will end with the return to the relative structures.
The tour will take place normally even on partly cloudy days, in case of rain or snow alternative activities will be proposed.
Going from the sea to the mountain we advise you to dress in layers, do not forget a jumper or sweater, trousers and closed tennis or trekking shoes. Bring also a small backpack with a bottle of water, a cap/bandana, sunglasses and sunscreen.
Transfer from and to the guests’ accommodations (limited to the southern part o.
Insurance, gas, theft protection kit, technical garments such as helmets, gloves and rain suits/wind suits.