Cehegin, the wine cellar of the kingdom of Murcia

The links of Cehegin with wine go back since time immemorial. From the 16th century Cehegín was, together with Bullas, an important agricultural area for the production of vineyards and a very important wine producer. Already in the 17th century it was known as the wine cellar of the Kingdom of Murcia. Nowadays Cehegín belongs to the production area protected by the Denomination of Origin Bullas, being a great number of the wineries of this denomination located within its municipal district.

In this free guided tour you will be able to visit one of these wineries, Bodegas Carreño. The meeting point will be the Plaza del Alpargatero in the city centre at 11.30 am. From this place you will go on foot to Bodegas Carreño and learn about the winemaking process of this winery in the traditional way but adapted to the new times and technological advances.

There will be also a wine tasting and the visit will end at the Palacio de la Tercia where the Wine School is located. It is a 17th century palace in whose cellars many jars from the Castle of Cehegín were installed. The Wine School is a training and cultural centre around the world of wine. It is a meeting point for wine lovers and a place for enjoyment and learning, as well as a place to combine oenology, gastronomy, sensations, art and culture.

The visit will last approximately 2 hours and we will be accompanied all the time by a tour guide from Guiasmur.

If the event is cancelled due to weather conditions or for reasons beyond the control of the Tourist Office, all those who booked will be notified well in advance. It is advisable to wear comfortable clothes and footwear.

To make a reservation, please click on this link of Murcia Turística:


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