The winery, the shop and the restaurant-terrace can be visited everyday during the hours of 10:00h-19:00h.  Why not book a table in the restaurant to try our wines and enjoy some tapas? Choose your preferred visit from the options below.

GUIDED  TOURS: 11:00h/ 13:00h / 15:00h / 17:00h

RESTAURANT-TERRACE: 11:00 – 18:00 (Mondays Closed)

Tour and Tasting

Taste our wines accompanied by a variety of canapés and delight the senses with this experience and the impressive surroundings.


Tour and Brunch

Awaken the senses with our breakfast set in between the vines of La Hollera. You can choose between five brunches from our brunch menu, including a vegetarian option.


Tour and Restaurant

Enjoy our gastronomy and learn about our heritage with a tour and a lunch in our terrace restaurant. This option includes the “Paletilla Asada” or “Hog Roast” menu with a drink or if you would prefer, you can choose a dish from the menu.


Tour and Mojo Workshop

You will learn to prepare the traditional “Mojo Picón” accompanied by canapés, potatoes and a wine tasting of three young wines.


Tour of the Winery 4×4

Tour 4×4: Includes a guided tour of the winery accompanied by a wine tasting of four wines accompanied by four goats cheeses from: Tenerife, La Palma, Fuerteventura and Gran Canaria. (19€)



The island of Tenerife is the largest of the seven islands that form the Canarian Archipelago and it is also the richest in microclimates, thanks to the ecological scale of its volcanic and mountainous formation that culminates in the peak of El Teide, the tallest point in Spain, 3,718 meters above sea level.

Here in Tenerife, we are very lucky to benefit from the soft trade winds, which soften the seasons and make it the perfect climate for growing grapes. The vine first made an appearance in the Canary Islands after the conquest in the 15th century when settlers arrived with different varieties of vine from their country of origin… Spain, France, Italy, Portugal. The flourishing development of viticulture became the main source of the island’s income between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. The famous sweet wine Malvasía was exported to the European courts and to the colonies of America and Africa under the name Canary or Canary Sack. Quite often, wine was used as a currency for exchanging goods between merchants who used the island as a stopover during expeditions.

From that splendid period we have inherited a great number of grape varieties: Verdello, Vijariego, Torrontés, Marmajuelo, Listán Blanco, Listán Negro, Listán Prieto, Negramoll, Tintilla, Sabro and many others, all of which have never been touched by the Phylloxera virus.


Esperience the breath-taking views of El Teide and the ocean using our webcams and enjoy all that La Hollera has to offer from the comfort of your computer.

Vista de El Teide