Bodega Los Berrazales

Bodega Los Berrazales, Agaete: Hours, Address, Bodega Los Berrazales Reviews: 4.5/5

Bodega Los Berrazales
4.5
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10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Monday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Andy D
Leeds, UK58 contributions
Jun. 2022 • Friends
Came here with 3 Spanish friends (I'm English) and had a great time. Really informative (I'm a fan of coffee and wine yet know very little about the start of either process) and sampled some great wine, coffee and food. The real star was the personalities of the people there- soooooo lovely.
Written 8 June 2022
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domijudit
Gyongyos, Hungary5 contributions
Mar. 2022
Amazing experience, very nice staff and a wonderful plantation of coffee, grape and tropical fruits. Quality tasting and goods to buy at the shop. I really recommend a visit :)
Written 21 March 2022
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Stina H
Tromso, Norway32 contributions
Jan. 2022 • Couples
We dropped by spontaneously and got a tour in english within short time. The beautiful tour around the vineyard ended with wine and coffe tasting. We got some snack to go with the wine, all paired perfectly together. And just for 7€ each! Of course we had to buy a bottle of wine to bring home and some coffebeans as well. It's def worth your while!
Written 10 January 2022
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Igor Tiefengraber
32 contributions
Dec. 2021 • Friends
An extensive estate in the canyon valley, offering a culinary cross-section of Canarian flavors. In fact, they offer only a typical paprika spread on white bread, two types of cheese and a few pieces of almond biscuit. You also get an orange and something coffee-flavored, which unfortunately doesn't deserve that name. The samples of two white and one rosé wine are very average. Everything is made for mass instant tourism, which has little in common with the real Canarian experience. There are many more suitable places for the real experience of the mentioned, e.g. Terror, Santa Brigida, Fataga ...
Written 30 December 2021
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PBPG
Yorkshire, UK3,503 contributions
Oct. 2021
An interesting place to visit though could be better with more information boards and a better commentary from the staff. They were good and very friendly but I didn't get the feeling of the place. We got a high level talk about the coffee which was OK but needed a bit more depth and nothing at all about bananas and avocados they grow. Nice lunch!
Written 12 October 2021
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mendip_7
Axbridge, UK183 contributions
Mar. 2020 • Couples
You can visit this beautiful place under your own steam if you have a car, take a taxi or go by bus and walk back to Agaete like we did.

The guided tour is modest in length but shows you coffee, fruit and wine production. Your €8 also gives you a tasting of the local spring water and oranges, then a tasting of 4 wines accompanied by ample snacks including bread, cheese, coffee jam, local sausage etc and plenty of cake! And coffee after. All excellent quality and no hard sell of products, though they are so good you may well be tempted!
Written 8 March 2020
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kaczumaj
Olsztyn, Poland5 contributions
Feb. 2020
This place has great potential. However, it is destroyed by poor organization and poor demonstration of what you can see. First of all, hardly anyone from the staff speaks English. It's hard to believe from in a tourist spot like this. In other countries, unthinkable. The guide briefly discusses and shows a coffee bush, oranges and a wine cellar. She also gives you a few drops of local water to taste. Actually, all this can be seen on the road and you don't need explanations for this. I would like to go anad see a coffee or orange orchard and try fruit straight from the tree. I would also like to try avocado but it didn't work out. After 10 minutes we were seated at a table so that we could taste local cheese and wine as well as coffee jam. I recommend jam with wine. Unfortunately, the service staff changed constantly, did not speak English and very accidentally served drinks and food to the tables. You had to be lucky or reprimand. Coffee is a real disaster. I am the owner of a coffee roaster and a machine which I saw as the roasting method can be called slightly archaic. The way it is roasted means that any grain will spill out, coffee will always be the same. It is a pity because in such a small plantation you can take care of very high quality. I do not recommend buying this coffee. Its high price does not reflect its low quality. About the chapel with Our Lady of Pine I will not speak so as not to offend anyone. 8 Euro is of course a low price but it is a waste of time. Good coffee and good wine can be enjoyed elsewhere. They are a lot of such places on Gran Canaria.
Written 29 February 2020
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Jerzy S
Pruszkow, Poland18 contributions
Feb. 2020 • Family
this valley is like a fairy tale, a real plantation turned into a tourist attraction, extremely nice people, you can learn something, you can taste something and buy something of course
Written 15 February 2020
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razinsun85
Doddington, UK120 contributions
Jan. 2020 • Couples
We visited here as apart of our tour operators excursion tour. We we when arrived we were greeted by friendly staff explaining all about the plantation.

We were showed we they did their in the plantation from seeing the bananas to their coffee plants.

After the tour, we tasted their own wine, with cheese and other treats that they make there.

We saw lots of wildlife and throughly enjoyed the experience
Written 23 January 2020
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I2545
Pembrokeshire, UK64 contributions
Jan. 2020 • Couples
We visited today and completed the tour for 8euros - lots of information about process to produce coffee and wine as well as the many fruits grown and a potted history about Canarian dogs- finished off with some wine, cheese, coffee and cake to taste.It was interesting and delivered by friendly staff, passionate about the bodego and it's productions. No hard sell here though you will want to buy - it was relaxing, welcoming and I'd recommend a visit - I'd definitely go again ♥️
Written 20 January 2020
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