May 18th – May 27th
Like many of Europe’s famous wine regions, Ancient Romans were the first also here to start viticulture in Rioja wine region. Once travelling in Rioja, you will discover traces of the history of the place. Rioja wine region boasts beautiful countryside dating back to medieval times, a breathtaking hilly landscape dotted with fortresses. In addition to this, here, you will be able to discover fabulous wine museums, wineries with modern architecture, great restaurants, and hotels.
Nestled in the heart of North Central Spain, not far from the vibrant city of Bilbao, lies the renowned La Rioja wine region. Despite being Spain’s second smallest region, spanning a mere 5,000 km2, La Rioja holds the esteemed title as the country’s most distinguished wine-producing area. Home to approximately 316,000 residents, this region is a wine lover’s paradise, producing some of Spain’s finest wines. Known globally for its exceptional wine quality, La Rioja is truly a testament to Spanish viticulture