Bodegas Vega de Yuco


Around 1.5km south of Masdache en route to Tías, this ecoconscious hillside bodega has a lovely terrace for admiring the landscape and stocking up on such wines as the signature blue-bottle malvasía. Check online for sporadic 90-minute tours of the vineyards (€10), with three wines to taste.

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