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Our original plan for a trip to Spain was to visit Haro to hopefully make our way to a vineyard to sample wine but one of the people in the tourist office mentioned Laguardia and when we looked it up in one of travel books...More
Such a unique experience at this small family run winery. Heading down into the caves that run under LaGuardia to see where the wine is aged was so interesting. Carlos gives a wonderful tour of his winery and really teaches you about the different kinds...More
We arranged the tour for 5pm - but Carlos suggested 5.05 in order we could watch the famous clock strike the hour before we arrived. The tour itself was very informative about the history and the wine making. For 9 euro we were offered the...More
Great wines aged in ancient cave cellars! The tour is so much fun and so different from other winery tours. Offered in Spanish and English at set times, they offer great customer service. Excellent wines and a peek in the ancient stone wine tank top...More
Go visit Carlos and his family winery, products are of high quality, artesanal wine, full of flavor and aroma, Carlos gives a detailed explanation and he is available for questions, La Guardia is a beautiful place and Carlos has a variety of wine products, balsamic...More
My friend from South Africa and myself from Australia stumbled upon this place after reading a travel blog and boy were we glad we made the detour to LaGuardia to visit this underground cave winery.
The website advertises that there is a 5pm English tour...More
What lies below LaGuardia is just as fascinating as what meets the eye above ground. Such an interesting little village in wine country. A visit to this bodega is a great way to learn more about wine production in northern Spain. This place is the...More
My husband and I recently travelled with friends through the French Bordeaux wine country and La Rioja in Spain. We visited several large commercial wineries, so while in Laguardia, we wanted to see a small family-owned winery. We picked Bodega Carlos San Pedro Perez de...More
This was the first of our bodega tours, so we didn't know what to expect.
It was educational, fun, interesting and loved the wine.
This is truly a boutique winery with gorgeous wines to match. Put me off visiting some of the bigger wineries.