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Wine

Wine

Gran Canaria and Canary Islands wines may cost a couple of euros a bottle more than imported plonk but are well worthwhile. You also get to feel good by supporting local agriculture from your balcony.

All the reviews posted here are for the bst Canarian wines that we've tried. Every wine we try is reviewed in our Canary Islands Wine Facebook group.

 

The Costa Meloneras hotel in Gran Canaria have this on their a la carte restaurant wine list and it's a great example of a dry Canary Islands white. 
El Hierro's best-known wine and a fantastic value dry white that everyone who visits Gran Canaria should buy and try.
This excellent La Palma dry white is superb value and rivals any Spanish white you can buy for the price in Gran Canaria's supermarkets.
This is one of the best value Canarian white wines and is easy to find in Gran Canaria's supermarkets.
"Not without tannins" said the New York Times review of this Gran Canaria red made with local listan negro grapes. It was right: Fronton has a hint of wood resin from the oak barrels but also enough fruit and herby notes to make it a great value Gran Canaria red.
Lanzarote's volcanic soils produce many of the Canary Islands' best white wines and their only bottle of fizz. Fortunately the El Grifo Brut Malvasia is a cracker.
This Gran Canaria white wine is sex in a bottle. Don't leave the island without tracking it down and trying it.  
Wine in the Canary Islands has a long history but has really come into its own in the past 10 years. New vineyards open every year and quality just goes up and up. To help you choose the right wine, here's our top tips for choosing and drinking Canary Islands…
Gran Canaria wines are just like the island: Intense and with real character. The more you try them, the more you love them. 
The Canarian wine scene hasn't buzzed this much since Shakespeare's time. New wineries start up every year and there's always a new wine to try. However, because most wineries on the islands are small you can only buy them close to where they are grown. Great if you have the time and…
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