Vineyards on high
Grapevines are one of the most important crops in the Land of Contrasts. Nowhere else do grapes grow at such high altitudes as on the slopes of the Trevejo volcano, touching the clouds at 1,200 m (3940 feet). This gives the fruit its unique flavour and produces popular wines that are constantly competing for and winning national and international awards. This land is home to two designations of origin: Icoden Daute Isora and Abona.
If you are tempted to learn more about the area's wine-making culture, why not visit one of its organic farms? Alma de Trevejo is one of them. As well as exploring the farm and learning all about its wine-making process, from harvesting the grapes to pressing them and ageing the juice, you will also get to taste some!