The Rueda and Toro Wine Route
The Douro River waters the heart of the wine growing regions of Rueda and Toro, the objective of this route is to explore two adjoining regions each with its own distinct personality. Rueda is made up of 72 villages spread across the provinces of Valladolid, Segovia and Avila. For this reason, the Parador de Tordesillas is the ideal point from which to visit some of its 39 wineries, which for the last 25 years have been producing a series of excellent white wines based on the Verdejo variety of grape. Not far away, located between Rueda and Los Arribes, is the officially certified winegrowing area of Toro. Situated close to the parador of Zamora and Parador of Salamanca - ideal places to eat and spend the night-, its 43 wineries have, for the past seven years, been making the most of the Toro variety grape to produce some magnificent red wines, and of the Garnacha, Verdejo and Malvasía varieties to produce white and rosé wines.
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Madrid (141) Salamanca (10) Spain (253) Zamora (4)
Recomended for 6 to 9+ nights.
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