RONDA TOUR FAQs
Here you can find answers to questions about our Ronda Tours.
How many wines will we taste on a Ronda Tour?
For Ronda Tours, you will taste full servings of 3-4 wines at each cellar. If you chose the vineyard lunch you are free to request further full servings of your favourite wine you tasted. This typically amounts to about 10-12 glasses of wine in total.
Do you offer group tour discounts?
Unfortunately group discounts don’t apply in the wine industry, and the cellars operate with fixed pricing. However for larger groups, you can be assured of a private tour.
What time do the tours start?
This depends on your location, but on average, pickup in Malaga would be around 08:00, or Marbella around 08:30. The tour has a full day itinerary, and we would prefer to get you back around 17:30/18:00 to leave the evening free (and to enjoy our tapas or sightseeing recommendations in your area). Private tours are more flexible.
Which cellars are visited on the tour?
Based on many years years experience and feedback we have carefully selected a handful of our favourite cellars that we use on rotation. Since we also have very good relationships with all the winemakers in Ronda we are usually very well informed which cellars are the busiest on each day, and we can switch cellars to focus on a more intimate experience to best accommodate our own guests. We want you to have the very best wine tours possible.
What vehicles do you use?
For the Ronda Tour we use a late model Mercedes Minivan, with 8 seats max. Our vehicles are cleaned and maintained daily! For larger private groups, we usually use a 19 seater Mercedes Bus.
What makes Tannin Trail different from the other thousand tourism agencies in Spain?
Tannin Trail focus only on wine tours in Spain (as well as the food that pairs with it). Other tour agencies are more generalised, and although we do also find the monkeys in Gibraltar adorable, in principle we do one thing only – 100% wine. This enables us to focus on special, and intimate boutique-style wineries. And secondly, our tour hosts have the necessary wine-related qualifications, experience and knowledge, not only of Spanish wine, but the local area as well.