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Things to do at Casa del Vino, Tenerife

A visit to this house in the mid-north of Tenerife is an experience in itself. It is the setting, the beauty of the building’s architecture, and its history, as well as the activities on offer that lead to an appreciation of our land and our origins.

Are you a restless spirit?

If so, here are some of the activities you can take part in:

Wine and food tastings

All the island’s foods and wines in combinations to delight the tastebuds. And all of them local products, naturally.

Activities

Courses, workshops, tasting sessions… the full panorama of food and wine in Tenerife. Learn, and have fun at the same time.

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Restaurant

Lunch, evening meals and brunch prepared with the utmost care and using only zero-kilometre ingredients, to enjoy in a privileged setting with views of Mount Teide.

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Shop

There’s no better place to find wines and the best Tenerife-grown foods than in our shop. And also online.

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Events

Looking for somewhere different to hold apersonal or business event? Casa del Vino’s facilities and kitchen make it the perfect venue.

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A visit to this house in the mid-north of Tenerife is an experience in itself. It is the setting, the beauty of the building’s architecture, and its history, as well as the activities on offer that lead to an appreciation of our land and our origins.

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Casa del Vino is somewhere you never tire of visiting

Tenerife’s Casa del Vino is at Hacienda San Simón, a seventeenth-century country estate that is now the guardian of a good part of Tenerife’s heritage, a place to enjoy visiting, learning and celebrating.

Museums

Tenerife has a rich and historical biodiversity; theessence of which is distilled in the museums and rooms of the great Hacienda San Simón beginning with the beauty of the building itself.

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Self-guided tours

Our audioguide is the perfect companion, the expert that will guide you around Casa del Vino and its premises, explaining everything as you move around at your own leisurely pace.

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Shop

There’s no better place to find wines and the best Tenerife-grown foods than in our shop. And also online.

Casa del Vino

MUSEUM

RESTAURANT

WINE BAR

In this 17th-century Canarian hacienda surrounded by vineyard gardens and views of Mount Teide, you can visit the Wine Museum, the Honey Museum and enjoy an enogastronomic offer in its restaurant, with the best wine and cheese tastings in Tenerife.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

There is no charge for entry to Casa del Vino de Tenerife, but we would recommend that you check out our Tenerife Wine Tasting Sessions on our website, in case you want to book one of those. For visits by organised groups, please see the next question.
To visit Casa del Vino de Tenerife as an organised group, please check availability and terms and conditions at casadelvino@teneriferural.org
The Casa del Vino complex is large, and there is a great deal to see and learn. You could spend an hour having a cursory look around the facilities or stopping at the points that are of particular interest to you, or you could spend half a day on a more detailed tour of our rooms and museums, our gardens of native plants, the architecture of the Casa, and our vineyards. You could also taste the best Tenerife wines in our tasting room, and/or enjoy the cuisine in our restaurant, Xarko.
No, our staff, and the workers in Restaurant Xarko, speak English, French and German.
Yes, Casa del Vino welcomes pets, as long as they are kept on a lead. The restaurant allows pets on the terrace.
Wines from Tenerife are exceptionally good due to the unique combination of geographical and climatic factors that affect their production. Tenerife vineyards benefit from their privileged location on the island’s volcanic slopes and from the influence of the subtropical climate. This unique combination of volcanic soils, variable altitudes, and exposure to the sun and to the trade winds creates perfect conditions for growing a wide variety of grapes, producing wines with a distinctive character and unrivalled flavour. The diversity of grape species on the island, including native varieties such as Listán Negro, Negramoll and Malvasía, contributes to the uniqueness and richness of Tenerife wines.
On our website you will find all the information about Guided tours, Tasting sessions and the various Workshops and Tastings that we organise at Casa del Vino throughout the year. We also offer the option of Audioguided Visits.
A Tenerife wine is identified by its Denominación de Origen [Appellation of Origin], which can be found on the back of every bottle, with the label which specifies the wine harvest and the Appellation of Origin. In the case of the island of Tenerife, this will be one of the following: D.O.P. Tacoronte-Acentejo, D.O.P. Valle de La Orotava, D.O.P. Ycoden-Daute-Isora, D.O.P. Abona, D.O.P. Valle de Güímar, or D.O.P. Islas Canarias-Tenerife.
In our Vinoteca [wine shop], we offer over 300 recognised Tenerife wines, made with grapes grown at altitudes ranging from sea level up to 1,600 metres. An area of around 3,000 hectares is managed by grape growers and wine producers specialising in small quantities. In many cases, we are talking about bodegas that bottle no more than 300, 600 or 1,000 bottles of grape varieties such as albillo criollo, marmajuelo, gual, listán blanco, negramoll, tintilla, baboso negro listán negro, and others. We are also talking about the production of sparkling wines, orange wines, fortified wines, sweet wines, and aged wines.

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