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Bodegas Rubicon, Yaiza

3.9
#24 of 198 in Wineries in Spain
Winery / Vineyard Food & Drink
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3.9
  • It's not the sort of wine tasting show that some top end French and Australian vineyards offer, but on a par with some of the mid range to smaller outfits. The wine is better than some I've tasted and...  more »
  • Best wine of Lanzarote! Also really nice local food. Do not go to the other site of the road, busses full off tourist will welcome yiu there!  more »
  • You can wander through the house, go into a cellar full of barrels and see some of the old equipment. There is a shop selling wine and a restaurant. No charge and worth looking around. Small charge to...  more »
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  • I give three stars for the location, history, and beautiful historic building and the insides. However we were disappointed with the service as we went unnoticed for minutes despite standing by the counter. They were too chatty with one group even they stopped pouring long ago. Other couple left before being served. The wine was average. Amelia dry white especially disappointing but the sweet muscat was nice.
  • They have very good red wine "Amelia". Whole building was build in 18th century and it shows greatly all processes of wine making. More sophisticated than building at the opposite. Strongly recommend from my side.
  • A waiter followed us to the car to say we didn't pay. Terrible situation, but then he found out we had actually paid more than we should.
  • Good wine, decent museum, cool building... not as friendly as some of the other bodegas but worth a visit.
  • We felt not welcome here. Staff was cold and short on explanations. They preferred to serve and stay with Spanish speaking customer's. Wine is ok but we tasted better wines in different bodegas. The moscatel saved a second star.