7 Spectacular Madrid Wineries Worth a Visit

Why just drink D.O. Vinos de Madrid at a bar when you can taste it straight from the source?

That’s right—one of the most unique wines you can order in the Spanish capital is produced right here in the region of Madrid! We can’t imagine a better day trip than a visit to a local winery, many of which are less than an hour outside the city. Be sure to check out these incredible Madrid wineries for an ideal escape perfect for vino aficionados and newbies alike.

sunset over vineyard
Come tast D.O. Vinos de Madrid wines straight from the source. Photo credit: Pixabay

Las Moradas de San Martín

Nestled on the edge of the region of Madrid close to Toledo and Ávila provinces, Las Moradas de San Martín is among the most idyllic Madrid wineries. Its unique geography and climate make it ideal for producing some of the most intense, velvety D.O. Vinos de Madrid wines. Although the winery itself was established less than 20 years ago, winemakers in this region have been practicing their craft for centuries. In fact, some of the most legendary writers of the Spanish Golden Age alluded to these wines in their works.

Address: Pago Castillejos, Carretera M541, km 4.5, San Martín de Valdeiglesias

Glass of sparkling wine on a wooden tabletop
No matter which of these Madrid wineries you visit, your trip won’t be complete without a tasting!

Bodega Saavedra

The sprawling vineyards of Bodega Saavedra are filled with vines ranging from 70 to 100 years old. The unique landscape makes it difficult for mechanical harvesting, so they still use the same traditional manual harvesting techniques as they did when the winery opened four generations ago. Still family-run and going stronger than ever, this lovely corner of paradise is one of our favorite Madrid wineries for their stunning location, even better wines, and outstanding service.

AddressTravesía de la Carretera de Escalona, 5, Cenicientos

There are dozens of beautiful Madrid wineries near the capital.


The descendants of Bernabeleva‘s original owner still faithfully take care of the vines he planted nearly a century ago. As a result, the beautiful vineyards produce some of the most delicious red and white D.O. Vinos de Madrid wines. As if the wine itself didn’t make this one of our favorite Madrid wineries, the area is also steeped in fascinating history dating back to both the ancient Celts as well as the Romans.

AddressCarretera Ávila-Toledo (N-403) km 81.6, San Martín de Valdeiglesias

One of our favorite Madrid wineries is historic, beautiful Bernabeleva, a lovely family-run vineyard.
The beautiful landscape that Bernabeleva calls home is filled with history! Photo credit: Magnus Reuterdahl

Bodegas Marañones

The team at Bodegas Marañones prides themselves on their dedication to producing elegant wines while maintaining a commitment to the environment. The rich soil in their picturesque vineyards is ideal for growing carefully tended grapes, mostly of the garnacha and albillo varieties. Each of their six wines is completely organic, going as far as to use indigenous yeast during the fermentation process.

AddressAvenida de Marcial Llorente, 69, Pelayos de la Presa


As one of the most modern Madrid wineries, ValleYglesias may seem like a far cry from the traditional bodegas that have been around for decades. However, although ValleYglesias itself was only established in 2001, this family team here maintains a steadfast commitment to their grandfather’s traditional winemaking philosophy from the early twentieth century. Their mission is to bring prestige back to the area of San Martín de Valdeiglesias, and they do it through the combination of their winery and their own restaurant.

AddressCalle de la Corredera Alta, 28, San Martín de Valdeiglesias

Be sure to visit one of our favorite Madrid wineries—then stick around for a tasting!
Spain’s beautiful wineries are worth a trip no matter what city you’re in. Photo credit: ValleYglesias

Bodegas Andrés Díaz

Located in the foodie paradise of Navalcarnero (direct buses run every 30 minutes from Madrid’s Príncipe Pío station), Bodegas Andrés Díaz is a delightful family-run winery dedicated to producing some of the best D.O. Vinos de Madrid reds. Now run by the great-granddaughter of the original owner, it’s one of our favorite Madrid wineries due to its perfect balance of tradition and modernity.

AddressCalle Palencia, 32, Navalcarnero

Be sure to enjoy a glass of red wine produced on-site at Bodegas Andrés Díaz, one of our favorite Madrid wineries!
We’re always up for a glass of one of Bodegas Andrés Díaz’s lovely reds.

Bodegas Real Cortijo de Carlos III

Real Cortijo de Carlos III is easily one of the most royal Madrid wineries! This historic vineyard dates back to the late 18th century, when the king ordered its construction as a wine producer for Spain’s royal family. Today, you don’t have to be in line to the throne to enjoy their delicious wines—or to visit the winery itself. The site consists of lush gardens, a small yet fascinating museum and centuries-old cellars that are still in use today.

AddressCalle de Leon Ruiz Ruiz, 0, Cortijo de San Isidro

One of the most historic Madrid wineries, Real Cortijo de Carlos III started as a winemaking facility for Spain's royal family!
We could spend forever simply strolling the beautiful grounds of the Real Cortijo! Photo credit: Santiago Lopez-Pastor

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  1. Brandon says
    June 17, 2018 at 6:08 pm

    I’m traveling to Madrid next week and want to visit 2-3 of these amazing wine vineyards you recommended here. I’m trying to plan a day trip but don’t want to rent a car to avoid drinking and driving. I can’t seem to find a tour company that offers these wine locations. I’m particularly interested in visiting #5 on your list above, ValleYglesias. Do you have suggestions on how I get there? I looked into Uber and it said about $200 euro each way. That’s way too expensive. Is there a tour I can join?

    1. Devour Tours says
      June 18, 2018 at 11:39 am

      How about public transportation? Looks like there is a bus from Principe Pio in Madrid to the town where ValleYglesias is, San Martin De Valdeiglesias. You can see the schedule for the outbound bus here. It takes an hour and 15 minutes and runs once an hour on the weekend, more on weekdays. According to the winery’s website, they meet at Bar Restaurante Valleyglesias to start the tour, which is in the center of town and shouldn’t be far from the bus stop. As far as organized tours go, there may be one that you could join from Madrid, but we’re not familiar with any, so we’d recommend getting in touch with the winery!

  2. Amy says
    January 21, 2019 at 1:26 am

    Does you know how English friendly these wineries are?

    1. Devour Tours says
      January 21, 2019 at 4:15 pm

      Hi Amy! Only Bernabeleva specifically mention English tours on their website, but the others may offer them as well! We’d recommend sending an email to ask!

  3. Laura meaden says
    June 3, 2019 at 10:29 am

    Hi there! My partner and I are visiting Madrid 14th June leaving 17th AM. We’d love to visit a vineyard/ winery near Madrid or even a few on the Saturday 15th as a birthday treat! Please could you advise the best place/places?

    Many thanks!

    1. Devour Tours says
      June 3, 2019 at 1:08 pm

      Hey Laura! Those included in this post are our favorites. If you’d like to visit more than one, there are several around San Martín de Valdeiglesias (numbers 1, 3 and 5 on this list). You can take a bus out there and then arrange for taxi transportation between them. Just make sure to reserve ahead of time with the wineries! Enjoy!

  4. Marissa says
    December 12, 2019 at 11:55 am

    Hi! Do you know / how can we find out if they are open during the week of New Year, before or after 1st Jan? Particularly interested in the one with the bus option

    1. Devour Tours says
      December 16, 2019 at 8:13 am

      Hi Marissa—try contacting them via email, phone or their website: http://www.bodegasennavalcarnero.es/contactar-bodegas-vinos-navalcarnero-madrid.html#.XfcuONZKgxc Have a lovely trip!

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