Which winery would you like to visit?

In Rioja there are hundreds of wineries and wine cellars so deciding which ones to visit during your trip is no easy task.

The wines

If you’re a Rioja wine fan you probably have your favourites, and you’ll want to see the wineries and meet the people who produce the wines.

Traditional wineries

There are traditional wineries that still perform many tasks manually.

Modern wineries

There are wineries that have implemented technology and automatic control in all the winemaking processes.

Large wineries

There are enormous wineries, with endless rooms that hold thousands and thousands of barrels.

Small wineries

There are small wineries that still use underground cellars, excavated centuries ago by their ancestors.

Architectural interest

Great architects have been at the service of Rioja wine: Frank Gehry, Santiago Calatrava, Zaha Hadid, Ignacio Quemada, Jesús Marino Pascual…


There are wineries all over Rioja and Rioja Alavesa. Visit those that are nearest to where you’re staying, or take the opportunity to discover different villages in the region while you visit the wineries.

Lunch in a winery

Some wineries have a restaurant and offer lunches paired with their wines.

But also…

  • What time can I visit?
  • How much does it cost to enter?
  • Does it open on Sundays?
  • How long is the visit?
  • Can I go just to taste the wines?
  • Can I have lunch in the winery?
  • Do they offer the visit in English?
  • What is the maximum number of people in a group?

Put your holiday into expert hands

Official tour guides

The best guarantee for discovering Rioja wineries. You can hire our services for half days or for the whole day.

Visits and tastings in wineries

We select the wineries that best adapt to your tastes, preferences and trip schedule. We also arrange the visit and the wine tastings.

How is wine made?

Get to see winemaking methods and the facilities with your own eyes. In addition, you’ll be able to buy the wines at winery prices.

Wine specialists

Over 15 years of experience teaching people about Rioja wine.

History and culture

Combine visits to wineries with guided tours around the vineyards and villages of La Rioja.

Guides in different languages

We offer guided tours in Spanish, English, German and Portuguese.

Rioja winery tour

  • Half day of 4 hours or a whole day of 8 hours
  • Advice on how to plan the itinerary
  • Booking of entry tickets to wineries, museums and other places of interest
  • Visits in Spanish, English, German or Portuguese
  • Experts in Rioja wine

What do people say about us?

Breathtaking Rioja!!

Lovely Rioja wine tour. Experienced 2 wineries and walked through sone vineyards. We did the Wednesday tour which included a stroll around haro and Laguardia too... A must.
It was Easily booked, good communication and we had an excellent and friendly tour guide, Yara. She was very informative and looked after us well.
The lunch meal was very good, 3 courses of local riojan food and we also sampled some more wine. I would highly recommend this tour.

Angelica1812, England (Tripadvisor)

Rioja wine

Our trip was great. Our guide was so knowledgeable and friendly. It was a really fun but relaxed day out.

Kieron P, Madrid, Spain (Tripadvisor)

Best wine tour ever

We have been on several wine tours, France, New Zealand and Australia, this tour was the most comprehensive one we have been on. Our guide was very friendly and certainly knew his facts with anything to do with growing, harvesting and making the wine. A great 4 hours.

BrissieClive, Brisbane, Australia (Tripadvisor)

A Fantastic Day of Wine!

Marina speaks excellent English, and is obviously well-connected in the Rioja wine industry. We toured three wineries, and we were warmly greeted at each. We enjoyed an excellent lunch at a nice restaurant frequented by many in the wine industry. She also took us to see some historical sites in some of the older medieval villages. She is well-versed in the history of both the region and the wine industry.

Everything worked perfectly. My highest recommendation to all who are considering working with Riojatrek.

SteveBazakas, Charlotte, U.S.A. (Tripadvisor)

Relaxing wine tour

Experienced a very professionally arranged visit to Rioja , which included La Guardia, Briones and Haro. Had Tapa's lunch and visited CUNE winery and the Vivanco Wine museum which is excellent. Our guide Yara Carignato proved to be a very sensitive and well documented professional who made us feel very comfortable throughout the trip. An excellent way to initiate oneself in the Rioja region.

FMJP, U.S.A. (Tripadvisor)

Fantastic experience!

My father and I spent 5 days trekking and wine tasting across La Rioja with Marina. It was a fantastic experience and one I could not recommend enough. Marina knows the wineries, villages and countryside so well and takes such care to ensure her clients' interests are looked after throughout. We experienced a real variety of walks and wineries, October was a great time to visit and Marina's efforts meant we were able to make the most of our trip.

TheFantasticMrJones, Richmond, London, U.K. (Tripadvisor)

Excellent tour

From history to geology to the family politics of vineyard ownership, our tour guide was the most knowledgeable guide I could imagine. In the fields, he gave us a close-up education in how the vines grow and are cared for. In the bodega, we could see the wine-making process in action.
This tour is incredibly economical and among the best we've ever experienced.

Profnancy, Boston, U.S.A. (Tripadvisor)

Book the activity

If you want to do the activity you need to book in advance.

You can either phone Riojatrek on (+34) 941 587 354 or (+34) 679 010 804, or fill in the form below and we will contact you:


    How long does the tour last?

    There are usually two different tours to choose from:

    1. Half day: A guided tour lasting four hours during which we’ll focus on whatever you would like to see.
    2. Full day: Eight hours of activity and halfway through the day we’ll stop for lunch and enjoy traditional dishes from the region.

    Because the activities are personalised, you can always add extra hours to the tours.

    What am I going to visit?

    We can take you wherever you want (wineries, medieval villages, monasteries, cathedrals, etc.) within the autonomous region of La Rioja or in Rioja Alavesa. We design the tour to suit your interests. Please ask us for information!

    Where will we have lunch?

    Wherever you prefer. We can either have lunch in one of the region’s traditional restaurants or eat tapas in a local bar. We can go to Calle Laurel, one of Logroño’s most well-known streets, or we can discover other tapas areas in Haro or Laguardia.

    Will we be with other people?

    The tour guide service is exclusive; therefore there will be nobody else with you and you’ll be able to visit whatever takes your fancy.

    The activities when groups are formed with other people are:

    • the Wine Tour Workshop (maximum 15 people)
    • the Wednesday Tours (maximum 8 people) and
    • the wine tasting courses (maximum 20 people)
    Will we be picked up from the hotel?

    Yes, as long as the hotel is in La Rioja or Rioja Alavesa, we pick you up and take you back at the end.

    If you are staying in places such as San Sebastián or Bilbao, we can arrange for you to be driven to La Rioja. Please ask us for a quote!

    Does the guide have lunch with the group?

    Depending on the type of group, the guide usually has lunch with them. In the event the guide has lunch on her own, her meal allowance is added to the quote.