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Bodega Vina Real, Logrono

(4.2/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • Maria, the tour guide, was amazing! She was super knowledgeable and really catered the tour to what we were interested in. Granted we were the only two people who signed up for the English tour. The w...  more »
  • After the classicism of wineries Cvne, in Haro, the winery Viña Real is an exercise of design and good taste at the time of creating a new winery, partially excavated in the mountain. With a design that is perfectly suited to its function, and almost pharaonic proportions in their caves, it is one of the best new wineries. In addition, staff is very friendly, attentive and professional, and the wine tasting is very enjoyable and didactic. To repeat, no doubt.
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  • a very good visit to a winery that is different from the ordinary. the guide was essential to know the winery and made that visit worth more. including tasting of two we saw, red and rosé
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  • This place has hours listed as closing at 1830, both on trip advisor, Google, and their website. We showed up at 1805. The gate guard was visibly upset when we pulled up to the gate. He motioned for me to get out of the car to come speak to him. Through hand motions and glaring, he clearly got his point across that we should come by the next day (which we definitely won't be doing). Even when I showed him an email from his company telling us to come by anytime today, he still glared, huffed and waved for us to go away immediately. He then motioned for us that he was going to open his beloved gate and made it VERY clear we were to enter to turn around only. In this day and age this kind of behavior is unacceptable. We were not rude, we were not gruff, we were not late. It'd be a different story if we showed up at 1829, but a 20 min wine tasting right before closing doesn't sound imposing to me. This was also not something lost in cultural translation. Facial expressions don't need much to be interpreted. He treated us like juvenile delinquents on private property. Also, this winery is one of hundreds in the region, at peak tourist season. bro, you're the face of your company and interacting with people from all countries. Waving your arms angrily is very caveman like. Getting frustrated visibly angry and sternly telling visitors to leave, isn't the best way to get folks into your place and enjoy your wine. I'm sure the actual wine is great. But so are the other wineries which we'll be visiting instead.
  • Such a stunning winery, the building itself is beautiful, and the wine lovely, but the best part was the tour. Even though our tour was given in Spanish, out wonderful guide Javier took time to translate it into English for us. The best winery experience I've had anywhere in the world. I highly recommend it!
  • A sparkling gem of architectural design, with a glorious winery encapsulated within.
  • A modern Winery, explain the process of winemaking through an ultra-modern racking system. The cellars dug into the rock are impressive and the rest of the spectacular wine cellar.
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  • At 7 A.M. starting with the loading of trucks. Good site. Carters very polite and attentive.
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