New vineyards on ancient volcanic ash
Situated in La Geria in the centre of the island of Lanzarote, Rubicón winery has established itself in a XV country house. It started off in 1979 making wine using traditional wooden presses, stone wine-presses and cement tanks to store the wine. Rubicón winery grows its vines in land covered by black ash resulting from the volcanic eruptions which in 1736 gave rise to the National Park of Timanfaya.
Guided tours and a restaurant overlooking Timanfaya
Getting to know how wine, bottled under the Lanzarote Guarantee of Origen label, is produced in Rubicón winery is made possible by a tour of the winery and the old country house. It also has a shop selling wine and other traditional food products from the island as well as a restaurant with spectacular views of vine plantations in La Geria and of Timanfaya National Park. A visit to Rubicon winery is free of charge to the public.
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