A Morning with Wine Tours Lanzarote
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A Morning with Wine Tours Lanzarote Julie has been a regular guest of ours since our first year and more recently a supporter of Wine Shop Lanzarote allowing her to enjoy the island’s wines back in Ireland. On her most recent visit to the island, Julie offered to write about her tour. Being a WSET 3 qualification holder too, we of course said yes! Here goes, and many thanks once again Julie for all your support! I first visited Lanzarote's vineyards with Wine Tours Lanzarote in December 2017, during their first year of trading. My previous experience of Lanzarote wine had not been great bu ..read more
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The Bodega Vulcano Experience
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Bodega Vulcano Experience We’re delighted to team up with Bodega Vulcano de Lanzarote to provide an in-depth wine experience at their vineyard in Masdache, followed by their cellar in Tias.  Guests in a group of no more than 8, will get immersed in Bodega Vulcano’s own vineyard, learning and experiencing the care of a grape vine, throughout the yearly cycle. We will then travel to Tias and go behind the scenes at the winery; understanding the process and equipment used to produce their wines.  We will finish with a guided tasting by a WSET professional of 4 of their delici ..read more
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Craft Beer & Wine Tour from Playa Blanca
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1y ago
Craft Beer & Wine Tour from Playa Blanca After many requests, we are excited to launch our Wine and Craft Beer Tour from Playa Blanca and the South of Lanzarote.  The tour will run weekly on a Thursday afternoon from 13th April 2023, and for the first time it will incorporate a visit to Cervezas Malpeis in Tinajo, along with Bodega La Geria in the heart of the Lanzarote wine region.  Combining the experience will highlight both the traditional industry of winemaking and that of one of Lanzarote’s most recent industries, brewing.  The experience will be led by Dan or Oll ..read more
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Cruise and Shore Activities with Wine Tours Lanzarote
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1y ago
Cruise and Shore Activities with Wine Tours Lanzarote No dry dock, but a wine dock! Wine Tours Lanzarote at your Port of Call Since 2017, Wine Tours Lanzarote has taken countless cruise passengers from all over the world, looking for shore activities during their Lanzarote port of call. This has always been carried out with great success and feedback. We guarantee to offer friendly, fun, and informative wine experiences with expert WSET qualified guides.  We provide comfortable transportation, provide necessary material, and assure quality, hospitality and customer attention. Whil ..read more
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The Author, Glenda Young
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1y ago
The Author, Glenda Young In the past few months, we met the great author Glenda Young and had the chance to take her on a Craft Beer and Wine Tour. Glenda, like us, is a lover of Lanzarote, but she hadn’t seen as much of the vineyards. She liked the experience so much, that she even wrote a blog for us! Glenda Young is an author and novelist that writes gritty and dramatic sagas and short stories, evolving around female characters. She’s even been commissioned by ITV to write TV tie-in books for Coronation Street! I’m a big fan of Lanzarote. Since discovering it for the first time over 12 ..read more
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April in the vineyards
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1y ago
By Dan Priestley April in the vineyards Welcome to our last monthly instalment from our series of a Year in the Vineyards of Lanzarote.  Would you believe it, we started this series last May and have already completed a full cycle – it feels like yesterday we started!  If it is the first time you have landed on this blog, we have written a monthly series and you can find the rest of our articles right here.  We have covered plenty, both about vineyard management and also what is happening back inside the wineries. Though, before diving into this month’s report, what strikes ..read more
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March in the vineyards
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1y ago
By Dan Priestley march in the vineyards Welcome back to our monthly instalment from our series of a Year in the Vineyards of Lanzarote.   For first time readers, here we give monthly updates for those interested in the wines and viticulture of La Geria.  You’ll find previous editions in the blog section of our website here. March has been quite unsettled and a month of many days of some much-needed rain, although a little later than hoped. It is always a tale of two halves taking guests on our tours, who are naturally disappointed with rain on holiday, while at the same tim ..read more
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February in the vineyards
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1y ago
By Dan Priestley February in the vineyards Welcome back to our monthly instalment of our series from a year in the vineyards of Lanzarote.  We hope your February hasn’t been to dark and gloomy, spring is just around the corner so last chances to enjoy the log fire and some of the heavier red wines. Spring time we can welcome back roses wines and some of the more lighter red wines.For new readers, here we give monthly updates for people interested in the wines and viticulture of Lanzarote month by month.  You’ll find previous editions on the blog section of our website here. For ..read more
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January in the vineyards
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By Dan Priestley January in the Vineyards Welcome back to our monthly instalment of our series from a year in the vineyards of Lanzarote.  We hope you had a great festive break and managed to enjoy some nice wines, possibly even from the Island!  For new readers, here we give monthly updates for people interested in the wines and viticulture of Lanzarote month by month.  You’ll find previous editions on the blog section of our website here. Here in Lanzarote, we have had a very strange start to the year with the weather.  A mix of Calima (a warm and dry wind from the S ..read more
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December in the vineyards
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1y ago
By Dan Priestley December in the vineyards We welcome you back with another instalment of a year in the vineyards of Lanzarote, this month we have decided to head indoors and take a look at what’s happening behind closed doors in the winery during the winter months. If you have had the chance to join us on one of our wine tours through La Geria, you will have been introduced to some of the most important stages of wine making, including the harvest and fermentation. One of the first steps after fermentation is where the wine undergoes a process known as clarification and stabilization. T ..read more
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