What to do and see in Province of Burgos, Castile and Leon: The Best Wineries & Vineyards

May 22, 2022 Yuk Petri

The province of Burgos is a province of northern Spain, in the northeastern part of the autonomous community of Castile and León. It is bordered by the provinces of Palencia, Cantabria, Vizcaya, Álava, La Rioja, Soria, Segovia, and Valladolid. Its capital is the city of Burgos.
Restaurants in Province of Burgos

1. Bodegas Prado de Olmedo

Calle Salegar s/n, 09370 Quintana del Pidio Spain +34 947 54 69 60 [email protected] http://www.pradodeolmedo.com
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5.0 based on 2 reviews

Bodegas Prado de Olmedo

Bodegas Prado de Olmedo is located in the village of Quintana del Pidio, which as in all the villages belonging to “La Ribera” landscape, has an economy based mainly in the vineyards developing and wine elaboration.Its wines take the name from a near place: “Monasterio de San Miguel”. This monastery reminds the historical heritage of the village, and provides important contribution in the vineyards growing among the Ribera del Duero land. This place, located in the Gromejon’s river border, has one of the most active Roman’s paths of that time: the one which communicated Zaragoza with Astorga. Probably there was a Roman village. After that became a small monastery which at last was overtaken by the strong Benedictine Santo Domingo de Silos. Today simply the name and few documentary remains of all that.The Quintana del Pidio farmers kept alive that memory, taken care of its vineyards in these privileged areas. Without great theoretical studies those farmers achieved a product for personal use, sometimes, and for commercial sale others. And always as a ritual element for all traditional celebrations of any kind, family, social or religious. Nowadays, Bodegas Prado de Olmedo wants to relive the history of this village, by elaborating wines, proud of this land and its name. And that’s why we take an exquisite care of all our 30 Ha. of vineyards, elaborating after in our moderns installations, according to our time.

2. Bodega Cillar de Silos

Cillar de Silos s.l., Paraje El Soto s/n, Quintana del Pidio Spain +34 (0)947 545 126 [email protected] http://www.cillardesilos.es
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5.0 based on 10 reviews

Bodega Cillar de Silos

3. Aster

El Cano Cta. Palencia-Aranda Km 54,9, 09313 Anguix Spain +34 947 52 27 00 [email protected] http://www.riojalta.com/es/aster/historia.php
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5.0 based on 11 reviews

Aster

The Áster winery was built in 2002 with a timeless beauty. The country home is naturally integrated into the winery facilities, the most spectacular aspect of which is the production room, a large open space with views of the vineyard and of several rows of stainless steel tank outlets. The cask hall, with room for up to 4,000 barrels, is another attraction for visitors.

4. Bodega torrederos

Carretera Burgos Km. 280. 3, Fuentelisendo Spain +34 620 26 15 15 http://www.torrederos.es
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5.0 based on 2 reviews

Bodega torrederos

5. Bodegas Hermanos Perez Pascuas

Carretera Roa s/n, 09314 Pedrosa de Duero Spain +34 947 53 01 00 http://en.perezpascuas.com/
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5.0 based on 33 reviews

Bodegas Hermanos Perez Pascuas

6. Bodegas Lopez Cristobal

BU-122, Km. 1.5, 09300 Roa Spain +34 947 56 11 39 [email protected] http://www.lopezcristobal.com
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5.0 based on 26 reviews

Bodegas Lopez Cristobal

Situada en Roa, corazon de la Ribera del Duero, la bodega cuenta con medios tecnicos de ultima generacion que aseguran una perfecta elaboracion y un cuidado de los vinos hasta el ultimo detalle. Un marco incomparable, entre vinedos, es el lugar donde esta bodega familiar esta situada.

7. Bodegas Monte Aman S.l.

Calle Santo Domingo de Silos 5 Castrillo Solarana, 09340 Lerma Spain +34 947 17 33 04 http://www.monteaman.com
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5.0 based on 4 reviews

Bodegas Monte Aman S.l.

Winery tours Bodegas Monte Aman in D.O ARLANZA: 1- Visit to the winery and explanation of the production process + tasting of 1 or 2 wines. Price: 6 € / person. 2- Visit to the winery and explanation of the production process + tasting of 2 or 3 different wines + pairing skewers prepared by our cook. Price: 10 € / person.

8. Bodegas Rodero

Carretera Boada s/n, 09314 Pedrosa de Duero Spain +34 947 53 00 46 [email protected] http://www.bodegasrodero.com
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5.0 based on 11 reviews

Bodegas Rodero

9. Bodegas Dominio de Cair

Carretera Aranda - La Aguikera Km 9, 09370 Aranda de Duero Spain +34 947 54 52 76 [email protected] http://www.dominiodecair.com/enoturismo/tipo-visita
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5.0 based on 33 reviews

Bodegas Dominio de Cair

A guided tour of the winery facilities in which, glass in hand, you will discover our family’s roots. You will learn about our philosophy of work in the vineyard, the selection of the grapes on a two phase sorting table and their vinification and ageing.You will visit the barrel cellar, tasting wines from different cooperages, and we will finish by tasting one of our aged wines.

10. Bodegas Hacienda El Ternero

Finca El Ternero s/n, 26200 Ternero Spain +34 941 32 00 21 [email protected] http://www.elternero.com
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5.0 based on 27 reviews

Bodegas Hacienda El Ternero

Not just Wine, since the 11th Century. Boutique family winery in a 250 hectares enclave of Castile in the heart of Rioja Alta, surrounded by forests of spruce trees and Piceas, at an average altitude of 700 meters. The origins of Hacienda El Ternero date back to 1077, when it belonged to the Santa Maria de Herrera Monastery. In the heart of the hacienda, buildings from the 17th, 18th and 19th Centuries now house the winery, which used to work as Monastery, headquarters, school and Hospital for pilgrims on the Camino de Santiago. In the centre of the Hacienda our little chapel remains open to shelter our patron Saint, the Virgin of the Pera. We produce our wines using only the grapes from our own estate vineyards (120 hectares), harvesting them by hand and selecting them vine by vine, to preserve in each botlle the reflection of our unique terroir.

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