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Bodega El Grifo - Museo del Vino

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Try and get a guided tour.

We didn't manage this as when we arrived the next tour was in Spanish and so I would recommended... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
LondonNefertiti
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london
Wine tasting

We did not visit the museum, but we had a lovely wine tasting with cheese and it was a very... read more

Reviewed 8 July 2018
JulieVacances
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New York
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The Wine Museum is the oldest winery in the Canary Islands and one of the ten oldest in Spain. The current owners are the fifth generation of a family who bought it from another family in 1880. It's placed in the protected zone of "La Geria" which...more
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Lugar de El Grifo, 35550 San Bartolome, Lanzarote, Spain
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We didn't manage this as when we arrived the next tour was in Spanish and so I would recommended that you check first. We wandered around ourselves though and there are labels to help you. We did however get the taster menu and from this...More

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Zayda C, Responsable del Museo at Bodega El Grifo - Museo del Vino, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Dear LondonNefertiti Thank you for your comments and the suggestion for another visitors. The people that like to visit our museum have 2 possibilites: to do a visit without guided tour but with a map with some informations or with a guided tour (that have...More

Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Brought 3 bottles this visit always good to go back staff are good very Relaxing will go next time great history

Thank Shaun M
Zayda C, Responsable del Museo at Bodega El Grifo - Museo del Vino, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Dear Shaun Thank you for your comments. We hope that you enjoy our wines and you will visit us again Best regards,

Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The oldest bodega in the Canaries, it was a treat to walk around the traditional wine making equipment that was in use until not so long ago. This family owned business oozes friendliness and staff are passionate about their award winning wines. Tastings are by...More

Thank SheffieldLass33
Zayda C, Responsable del Museo at Bodega El Grifo - Museo del Vino, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Dear Sheffield Thank you very much for your words! We take pride in attending to our customers’ needs in the best way possible. We hope to see you very soon again! Best regards,

Reviewed 12 September 2018 via mobile

We have visited before and done the English language tour. This time we used El Grifo as a lovely spot to stop and have a relaxed drink. E8.00 per person for 3 glasses of quality wine,cheeses and biscuits and extra glasses if required at normal...More

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Zayda C, Responsable del Museo at Bodega El Grifo - Museo del Vino, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Dear Bedders15 Thank you for your comments! It is good to know that you like our museum and our wine. Thank you for telling your experience, and we hope your visit again Best regards,

Reviewed 2 September 2018

if you want to go and look at a couple of bushes in the middle of nowhere this is the trip for you,no where to get any water or soft drink,you fight to get to the free wine and biscuits 6 deep at the bar...More

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Zayda C, Responsable del Museo at Bodega El Grifo - Museo del Vino, responded to this reviewResponded 3 September 2018

Dear Josehp62 Thank you for taking your time to give us your feedback.First we are very sorry that you don´t enjoy our landscapes. In addtion, i like to give you more information about our winery: We are the only one in the island rewarding and...More

Reviewed 7 August 2018

Lovely family run vineyard great tour guide and excellent wines! We had a very enjoyable couple of hours here the guide is very knowledgeable and had lots of insights to share.

Thank Samantha B
Zayda C, Responsable del Museo at Bodega El Grifo - Museo del Vino, responded to this reviewResponded 30 August 2018

Dear samjan2015 Thank you for telling your experience, we are glad that you did enjoy! Best regards,

Reviewed 8 July 2018

We did not visit the museum, but we had a lovely wine tasting with cheese and it was a very civilized way to discover the local wines. Lovely courtyard.

Thank JulieVacances
Zayda C, Reponsable del Museo at Bodega El Grifo - Museo del Vino, responded to this reviewResponded 30 July 2018

Thank you for your comments! It is good to know that you enjoy our wine. Thank you for telling your experience, and we hope your visit again Best regards,

Reviewed 15 June 2018 via mobile

After the volcanic activity in the early 1700’s had destroyed El Grifo village and the surrounding cereal farms the old fields were left covered in volcanic lava. In the second half of the century the returning villagers and new settlers found the volcanic rock and...More

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Zayda C, Responsable del Museo at Bodega El Grifo - Museo del Vino, responded to this reviewResponded 21 June 2018

Dear Philip G Thank you for you comments! It is good to know that you like our museum and our wine. Thank you for share your experience! Best regards,

Reviewed 3 June 2018

We visited the winery and did one of the longer tours, it lasted around 2 hours and the very knowledgeable tour guide, Ana, led us through the history of the winery and then to the vineyards, where we could see the amazing and unique system...More

Thank Alfonso S
Zayda C, Responsable del Museo at Bodega El Grifo - Museo del Vino, responded to this reviewResponded 21 June 2018

Dear Alfonso Thank you for telling your experience, we are glad that you did enjoy! Best regards,

Reviewed 31 May 2018 via mobile

I visited today with a group of residents. I have been to the bodega before, but today was by far the best experience, thanks to our guide Ana and the enologist Jorge. It was fascinating to see the production area and the museum and the...More

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Zayda C, Responsable del Museo at Bodega El Grifo - Museo del Vino, responded to this reviewResponded 1 June 2018

Dear Sue Thank you for telling your experience, we are glad that you did enjoy! Best regards,

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We also hired a car at the airport but from from Cabrera Medina. Similar price on car hire (under £100) and petrol (£30). The best way to see the island by far. We picked up our car whilst we waited for our luggage. The car... More
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