Tasting valencia wines with Found Valencia it is possible, Found Valencia suggest you a complete tour of the winery
Wine train Tour of Hoya de Cadenas Estate and old cellars:
After clambering aboard a mini-train, you will take a short trip through the grape fields. Then you will visit the old estate house, built in 1820, where Vicente Gandia’s family lived, and which is still inhabited by the current owners of the Hoya de Cadenas. The bottom floor is open to visitors and retains much of its original decoration and furniture.
Visit to the wine-making room and cask room.
After crossing the estate’s courtyard, spotted with ancient olive trees, you will enter to the former wine cellar, where pressed grapes were left to ferment in the good-old days before health regulations. Today, this cellar has been converted into an art gallery, with dozens of wine barrels painted and decorated by famous Spanish artists. then you will move to to the modern fermentation rooms with its dozens of massive vats, and then followed our guide underground into the cellars. Thousands of barrels were arranged on grids, and the smell was intoxicating, probably literally so. Adjacent to the cellar is the tasting room where the tour ends
Tasting three wines.
after the visit yo will have a chance to try three types of wines: a sweet, semi-sparkling aperitif, a mid-priced Bobal, and a more expensive “reserve” which stays in its barrel for a year. Also you will have the opportunity to buy our products in the Wine Shop.
If you’re interested in a similar experience with Hoya de Cadenas, call in advance to make a reservatio; Monday to Friday from 9.00am to 7:00 p.m.Friday and Saturday, by appointment only, at 10.30h, 12.00h and 16.30h.
Sunday, by appointment only, at 10.30h and 12.00h.