Wine is a big deal in La Palma - and here's just the place to learn about, taste, and buy it
Canarian Grape Expectations
As do the rest of the Canary Islands, La Palma has a deeply rooted winemaking tradition. If that interests you, head 35 kilometres (22 miles) west of Santa Cruz to Los Llanos de Aridane in the region of Las Manchas de Abajo. Here in an old farmhouse on a spectacular vineyard, the Casa Museo del Vino lets you learn about, taste, and buy all the major wines produced on La Palma, as well as various other artisanal island comestibles. Open daily except Sunday year round, with reduced hours in winter.
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