Gran Canaria has been able to bottle its very essence. Each wine that it produces reflects its wide-ranging landscapes and heritage, its history and its eagerness to produce high quality wines so you can taste the island sip by sip. The Spanish Association of Wine Cities (Acevin) has acknowledged the singularity of this wine by certifying the Gran Canaria Wine Route, the only one in the Canary Islands and outside the mainland.
The Wine Route invites you to travel through inland landscapes and lifestyles, via over fifty establishments and businesses which first joined the initiative. The list includes wineries, restaurants, wine shops, estates, cheese shops, guides and tourist companies and also ‘bochinches’, an evocative word that opens the door to small family premises, where wine is paired with traditional food, long lunches and endless conversation.
Canary Islands wine is different because Gran Canaria is different.