Day Wine Tours in Andalusia, to Ronda & Malaga.
The climate of Andalucía is hot and dry Mediterranean with summer winds that help moderate temperatures in the immediate coastal locales. These coastal winds play an important role in moderating the Bodega and are why many are located on the Mediterranean coast. Rain is frequent but mostly occurs in late fall and winter, ideal times for rainfall to replenish the dry soils. In fact, rectangular ditches are dug in the dormant season of winter to collect the rain water that precipitates so it can puddle, then permeate and settle into the soil where this moisture plays a crucial role in nourishing the vine in the hot and dry summer months of the following vintage.
Aside from visiting and tasting at boutique cellars, with our Tannin Trail Wine Tours you have the option of indulging in a vineyard lunch, attending a cooking class in Ronda or other additional activities such as Olive Oil Tours, Jamon Iberico or Craft Beer Tasting (all by availability).