Map of the DO Ycoden-Daute-Isora
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    Min: 50m / Max: 1.400m

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    Max: 35º / Min: 15º

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Tenerife is an island in the Atlantic Ocean, the largest archipelago of the Canary Islands and the most populated in Spain. Together with La Palma, La Gomera and El Hierro form the province of Santa Cruz de Tenerife. The city of Tenerife also shares the status of capital of autonomy with Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.


It is said that the first vines in Tenerife were planted by the Portuguese Fernando de Castro in 1497. The French had colonized the western islands (Lanzarote and Fuerteventura), while the English were in El Hierro. This cultural confluence led to the arrival of vines of good quality from all over the world. Today, the Canary Islands have unique grape varieties.

Already in the sixteenth century Tenerife wines were exported to all over Europe under the brand name "Canary". Apparently, they were appreciated by kings such as Alexander I, Tsar of Russia; Francis I of France and even the Spaniard Charles III. Trade with the Indies gained strength at the beginning of the 16th century, although exportation was held back between the 17th and 18th centuries by strong competition from Portuguese wines. It is already in the twentieth century when designations of origin began to be created in all the islands of the archipelago.


Tenerife has a large number of Designations of Origin, including the DOTacoronte Acentejo, DOYcoden Daute Isora, DOValle de la Orotava, DOValle de Güimar and DOAbona. The most outstanding wineries in Tenerife are Bodegas Monje, Bodegas Insulares, Bodegas Suerte del Marqués, Bodegas Viña Zanata, Bodegas Altos de Trevejos, Bodega Ferrera, Bodegas Frontos, Bodegas El Lomo, Bodegas Viñátigo, Bodega Contiempo, Bodegas Insercasa or Bodegas La Palmera.


The wineries of Tenerife are located, largely, on beautiful volcanic landscapes and close to beautiful insular beaches. In fact, Santa Cruz de Tenerife is the Spanish province with the most natural parks: Teide National Park, La Caldera de Taburiente National Park and Garajonay National Park. In addition, it brings together all the places in the Canary Islands considered World Heritage by UNESCO, which are these same natural enclaves and the city of San Cristóbal de La Laguna. It boasts a good weather all year round and the Carnival of Tenerife is declaredTourist Festival of International Interest.

Wineries and vineyards for sale in Santa Cruz de Tenerife

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