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This is was a peculiar spot for me. I love visiting vineyards and I never thought I’d find one in Colombia. The vineyard is small but very beautiful. Everyone was so nice, and its pretty worth the visit. The wine is pretty good, given the...More
I went with my friends and we had a great time! The location is spectacular, the tour is well organized and the experience of tasting a colombian wine while looking at a beautiful landscape is just amazing. Great plan to do with friends, family or...More
Set in a stunning location in a valley surrounded by mountains (a £1 bus fare from Villa de layva) . Very friendly welcome. Wine tasting is 20,000 (£5) each, and you get to try a rose, a sauvignon blanc and an amazing grand reserve Cabernet...More
Great, unexpected way to spend some time and get a little buzz while visiting Villa de Leyva. Vineyards are uncommon and this one was small, but produced some fairly good wine. Mainly whites, which aren't my favorite. But its worth a stop.
Wine yards in Colombia are rare and this is one of the few. So if you think you should visit one, there you go. If you have no urgent drive to visit a Colombian wine yard, don’t bother going. What you get to see is...More
The view of the place with the mountains is unique, the guide Jhon Jairo is very well prepare and friendly. Is the perfect place to kiss your love one. Wine is very tasty, is a good place to spend some time.
I was dubious when I learned there were wineries in Colombia. We are from Washington State, and we love our big fruit forward reds. But after reading the Trip Advisor reviews we decided to make an outing.
We hired a taxi. It is a hike...More
A vineyard located in Villa de Leyva. It offers different plans. The first one and the most basic is where you can walk inside the vineyard in some kind of tour, learning a little about the production of the wine, at the end is offered...More
My husband and I came to visit Villa de Leyva from San Francisco and because we love wine we had to make a stop here. It was fascinating learning about how they make wine in this tropical climate. They make small-batch wines that are full...More