Surely drinking is the best way to learn about wine, so lets get down to the nitty-gritty and try the best wines on our Valencia wine tours and activities.
Aside from the wonderful city, sun, sand and great food, the Valencia region is also blessed with a special microclimate and wonderful soils, perfect for growing grapes to make wine.
Whether you're a serious wine aficionado or simply someone who loves tasting and learning about new wines, you won't be disappointed with the wine Valencia has to offer.
Read on to find out more about the different wine producing areas and wineries; local grape varieties and types of wine made; Valencia wine festivals and events, and the history and evolution of the wine Valencia is proud of...
This Valencia wine club offers a great way to try different Valencian wines every month, selected by local wine experts and delivered to your door. There are no subscription fees nor obligation to buy, so you've nothing to lose (and plenty of great regional wine to gain!)
The Valencia Wine Festival is usually held in April each year on the riverbed between the Calatrava bridge and the Las Flores bridge.
Wine is an ancient tradition in Valencia, part of the way of life. It's been present since Iberian, Phoenician and Roman civilisations populated the lands thousands of years ago.
Valencia produces a broad selection of red wines, white wines, cavas and sweet wines, made from a wide variety of grapes, from the internationally known Moscatel to lesser known local varieties such as Bobal.
You'll find many vineyards producing excellent wine to the high standards of the Denominaciones de Origen Protegida - the "denomination" regulators of wine in the region.