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The tour itself was fine visiting the different parts of the bodega, especially the subterranean tunnels where the wine is deposited. However, the whole experience was ruined by the so called wine tasting where we hurriedly ran through three mediocre wines. We had barely tasted...More
Date of experience: March 2019
BodegasProtos, Enoturismo Protos at Bodegas Protos, responded to this reviewResponded 3 days ago
thanks your sincerely anwer.
We try to offer the best wines according to the prize paid for the ticket.
If you come back in the future, you can ask for the different options that we have to taste different wines.
We booked through our hotel when we arrived and the tour only cost €8 each.
The tour lasts for 1 1/2hrs and although the guide spoke only Spanish, we were given the notes, in English, that they use.
I learnt more about the wine and...More
As a piece of living history of Rivera de Duero wines, I would always recommend to visit Bodegas Protos. The presentation and tour of the cellar is impressive, the guides manage to keep the attention and fun of it. Also the wine tasting is very...More
We did a 1.5hour Visit, and what we got for the affordable price (10€) was a fantastic guide, lots of information, a great wine tasting and the wine glass to take home as a souvenir. Very impressive winery with lots of history. Highly recommended.
i have to say this visit was awesome 10 euros p.p. and a very detailed visit in the caves a great explanation of the wine and its process from beginning to end ..if you dont know much about wines this is a great start you...More
I'd prefer to just go sample the wine, but our tour guide was a real kick. And the hour and a half tour is a half an hour shorter than many in the Duero. Since I only went to this one winery (not enough time...More
Lovely Bodega with plenty to see. The tour itself was a bit of a rush job but it was ok I've been on better more personalised friendly tours. The wine here is expensive I think you can find equally good riberas for less money.