Lanzarote Bodegas

Wine producers in Spain are called Bodegas. Lanzarote produces some award-winning wines, so it would be rude not to try one or two during your holiday in Lanzarote! Not to mention witnessing the unique landscape of Lanzarote’s wine region La Geria.

This is the 2023 official map of wine produced in Lanzarote. These are predominantly found in the centre of the island, with the exception of three wineries in the north and an increasing number of smaller wineries in the Tinajo area.

1. Bodegas El Grifo

Situated on the LZ-30 from San Bartolomé to Uga, Bodegas El Grifo is the oldest winery in the Canaries, established in 1775, this company is still run by the family and among the ten oldest bodegas in Spain.

They offer four types of guided tours – in English almost every day and in other languages too – that require advance booking. Check their website for days and times for each language.

Their museum is one of the most visited in Spain (80,000 visitors per year). The semi sweet white wine was a favourite of Manrique, denoted by the label.

Opening hours:
Museum opening hours: Monday to Sunday, from 10:00 am to 6:30 pm (last access).
Wine-Bar opening hours: Monday to Sunday, from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm (closing time).
Store opening hours: Monday to Sunday, from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm (closing time).


View our album of photos on Facebook: Bodegas el Grifo

2. Bodega La Geria

Bodega La Geria is the large winery situated on the carretera La Geria, it tends to be the one most frequented by the bus tours. The winery produce around 300,000 bottles per year. You can taste their wine in the shop, or have a civilised cata de vinos at the bar attached who also serve some fabulous pinchos! It is possible to book a tour of the vineyard with wine tasting.


View our album of Facebook photos: Bodega La Geria

2. Bodegas Guiguan

This family bodega is situated on the main road, Avenida Los Volcanes in Tinajo, with a stunning view over the Caldera de Guiguán. As it’s not generally open to the public, an appointment is normally necessary if you would like to visit this bodega. It’s one of our favourites, they’re such a friendly family and their Moscatel Dulce is superb!


3. Bodega Reymar

Bodega Reymar / Los Perdomos have a winery situated in the Plaza de los Dolores in Tinajo.

It’s a family business led by the Perdomo siblings José Daniel, María del Rosario and Francisco A. and it was founded in 1995.

The grave varieties they grow are Malvasía, Moscatel and Listán Negra which they use to prepare their wines: Malvasía Semi-Sweet, Rosé, Young Red and its most prized wine, the White Malvasía Dry.


4. Bodegas Vega de Yuco

The Vega de Yuco winery is known for their distinctive blue bottles of Yaiza, they also offer a great value dry white wine found in most supermarkets. Their winery is a little off the beaten track, situated on the Camino del Cabezo in Masdache. They also have other brands that you might recognise: the namesake Vega de Yuco, of course, as well as Gara, Famara, +DA CH, Fayna and others. Small groups of up to 20 people, with a minimum of 6 people, can take a guided tour in English on Tuesdays at 11h. The tour includes wine tasting at their historic house of Finca Testeina (16th century) and a visit to the vineyards. Advance booking is required.


5. Bodegas Rubicón

The Rubicón winery is situated opposite the La Geria one, with a quaint church in the middle. Don Germán López Figueras bought the old bodega and house known as Cortijo La Geria in 1979 to pusue his passion for wine. It’s an impressive place, we particularly like the underground sala de cata, wine tasting room with a glass floor, and the restaurant here is very popular too.


6. Finca Fajardo

Situated in La Vegueta (Tinajo) it’s an architectural complex dating from the first half of the 19th century that has been restored. It consists of two clearly differentiated parts: a manor house of more than 600m2 that’s rented out as a holiday let and another where the farm buildings are located, including the winery.


7. Bodegas Los Bermejos

The Los Bermejos winery is situated on Camino a Los Bermejos in La Florida, near San Bartolomé. The Bermejo wine bottles have a distinctive shape, they were designed in Italy and Bodega Los Bermejos were the first winery to introduce a quality bottle to market a Lanzarote wine. Their dry white is a firm favourite of locals, and the cava is a little bit special.


8. Bodegas Stratvs

The Stratvs winery on the Carretera de La Geria, right in the heart of Lanzarote’s wine region. It was established in 2008 and their restaurant, El Aljibe del Obispo, uses KM0 products from their Finca de Uga.


9. Bodegas Guiguan

This family bodega is situated on the main road, Avenida Los Volcanes in Tinajo, with a stunning view over the Caldera de Guiguán. As it’s not generally open to the public, an appointment is normally necessary if you would like to visit this bodega. It’s one of our favourites, they’re such a friendly family and their Moscatel Dulce is superb!


10. Bodegas Martinón

A fairly recent addition to the wineries in Lanzarote, the Martinón family started their bodega in 2006, producing 100% Malvasía de Lanzarote plus a tinto from Cabernet Sauvignon. The bodega is situated on Camino del Mentidero in Masdache.


11. Bodegas La Grieta

The Bodegas La Grieta or Malpaís de Maguez are situated in the seaside village of Punta Mujeres in the north of Lanzarote, it’s visible from the LZ-1 road to Órzola. Ricardo, the owner is quite a character and also owns the restaurant El Charcón on the harbour in Arrieta, which is a lovely setting to taste his wines. The bodega is not open to the public, and they don’t have a website but you can find some information on the D.O. Lanzarote’s website dedicated to them:

12. Bodega Vulcano de Lanzarote

There’s a great family passion for quality wine behind the Vulcano de Lanzarote brand. This boutique bodega is situated on Calle Victor Fernández in the heart of Tías and open to the public. Look out for their personalised corks which are printed with love and friendship.


13. Bodegas Tierra de Volcanes

The Tierra de Volcanes is an urban winery which is situated in Calle Las Vistas, Yaiza, and not open to the public. This winery is the passion of José Antonio Rodríguez, known as Tato who likes to make wine to drink, the surplus of the 18,000 bottles is mainly sold to local restaurants.

14. Bodegas La Florida

The La Florida winery opened their premises to the public in 2014, they have a beautiful bodega where you can taste their wine and buy other local products from Lanzarote. Situated close to the Monumento al Campesino, set back from the main LZ-30 road to Uga. This winery’s grounds have also become a popular venue for weddings on the island.


15: Tinajo Natural

Wine produced by Lanzarote Natural S.L, in Tinajo. It’s a family business led by Daniel Lasso Farraiz, grandson of Don Domingo Lasso, founder of Almacenes Lasso, in Arrecife. They offer handmade food products such as marmalades, mojos, salt, liqueurs and, of course, wine.

16. Bodega Valle de Malpaso

Haría-based winery trading under the brand D’Celso.


17. Bodega Puro Rofe

Wine produced by Valiente Vinos S.L. in Femés with vineyards in areas such as Masdache, La Geria, Montaña la Vieja, Tisalaya, El Grifo and Juan Bello under the watchful eye of winemakers Vicente Torres, Pedro Umpiérrez and Ascensión Robaina.

Website: (under construction)

19. Bodega La Mareta

This family winery is lodated in Guatiza, across from the Jardín de Cactus with vineyards in Guatiza itself, Tiagua and Máguez.


19. Tisalaya

This artisan and family run winery, the Project of Miguel Morales Morin, it’s based in Tinajo with vineyards in Tisalaya and Juan Bello, trades under the brands Tisalaya (white) and La Vegueta (white and red).


20. Bodegas El Morro

Small traditional and family run winery in Tinajo that produces white wine with Malvasía Volcánica grape and red and rosé wine with Listán Negro grape.


21. Bodega Cohombrillo

Micro-winery in La Vegueta (Tinajo) owned by husband and wife combo Eamon Rafael López O’Rourke and Laura Fábregas with the help of oenologist Pablo Matallana. Their brands: Forocho, Ajul and Tinasoria.
Instagram: @cohombrillo

22. Titerok-Akaet

This winery, officially based in El Cuchillo (Tinajo) is run by Marta Labana and Juan Daniel Ramírez as a part of a project to recover old plots. In fact, for their wines they grow the 5 most common grapes in Lanzarote -Malvasía volcánica, Listán blanco, Listán negro, Diego and Moscatel – in vineyards dotted around the island. Unfortunately, the winery doesn’t allow visits.
Instagram: @titerok_akaet

23. Bodega Generación 63

Tradicional and family winery in La Vegueta, in the foothills of Volcán Tamia, they focus on mature red wines under the brand Entre Latidos.


24. Lágrima de Malvasía

The brainchild of Fernado Arráez Bravo who is also the first producer of 100% Malvasía Volcánica grape vinager.


25. Bodgeas Mochai

Traditional winery based in Mozaga and produced by Sergio Rafael Espino Padrón and his wife, offering a Dry malvasía volcánica white and Listán negro red.


Note: These last three wineries are not on the D.O. Lanzarote map but they appear on the list on its website – we can only assume the Regulatory Council hasn’t got around to updating the flyer.

Bodega Bocanegra

Based in Masdache produces ecological wine: Malvasía Seco (white) and Quintanta Tino (Red).


Bodega Erupción

Bodega Erupción is a family business, officially founded in 2021, dedicated to the production of “signature wines” in Tao (Tinajo). They aim at positioning themselves within the gourmet market as their production is limited but of high quality.

Their white wine is called Milagro de Magmasía, their red, Luz de Obsidiana and their dessert wine, Piroclastos.

Read about our visit:

Bodegas Timanfaya

Traditional winery owned by oenologist Alberto González Plasencia based in Mácher with vines older than 250 years


A suggestion of how to go wine tasting in Lanzarote

* Book a small group wine excursion with Wine Tours Lanzarote, they have morning or afternoon / evening options available.

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