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Brands Viña Pomal Bodegas Bilbaínas, one of the oldest wineries in La Rioja, was founded in 1901 in the mythical Barrio de la Estación in Haro (Rioja Alta). A pioneer since its creation in making wines from its own grapes, it is the largest owner of vineyards in the municipality of Haro. A total of 250 hectares surround the winery, emulating the prestigious French châteaux. Its origins date back to 1859, when French producers settled in this Riojan municipality to produce and export red wine to France. Four decades later, the Bilbao businessman Santiago Ugarte took it over. The winery has the oldest bottling register in La Rioja, since its origins, the wines were bottled and labelled on the property. The main building houses a surface area of 3,400 m2 of underground cellars. The first vintage of Viña Pomal, the winery’s flagship brand, dates back to 1904, the starting point for the birth of a classic. Viña Pomal owes its name to the vineyard in which it originated. Bodegas Bilbaínas was a pioneer 100 years ago in understanding oenology and viticulture as it is understood today, giving prominence to the vineyards, the terroir and the grape. Zaco, Vicuana, Paceta, the […]
La Estación nº3
Brands Bohedal Young White, Bohedal Young Red, Gran Bohedal Crianza, Gran Bohedal Reserva, Gran Bohedal Gran Reserva, Herbabe. Our history begins in 1917, when Don José Bezares “El abuelo Pepe” inherited some of the vineyards that we maintain today. Three generations later we are still working in the same line as our ancestors; enjoying wine and our culture to the maximum. Winery visits
Camino de Los Lirios s/n
Briñas Bridge is a bridge in the municipality of Haro, La Rioja (Spain) that crosses the Ebro River over a horseshoe-shaped meander. It is Gothic in style. Made of ashlar stone, the oldest remains seem to date from the end of the 13th century, and it was repaired in the 15th century and on many other occasions thereafter. It is 150 metres long and 4.6 metres wide. It has seven openings, although it seems that initially it had only six. The oldest would be the fifth and sixth. For centuries it was very important, as it was one of the few bridges over the Ebro and formed part of the Basque Way of St. James in the Interior. It was a very popular crossing point for trade with Alava and Navarre, being important for the transit of goods, for which it is known that in the 15th century, during the time of the Catholic Monarchs, tolls were charged to be able to pass over it. The date of construction would be prior to 1288, framed within the repopulation policies after the reconquest from the end of the 11th century, both to fix the population and to attract new settlers through […]
Tuesday to Saturday from 10:00 to 14:00 and from 16:00 to 19:00 h. Sundays from 10:00 to 14:00 h.
San Juan, 19
To visit Calado is to enter the world of wine, its culture, history, customs and anecdotes. We will be your guide. We are a restored 16th century winery in the heart of Logroño. The winery preserves the old production areas, the wine press, the press and the underground cellar, where we will see how wines were made in the old days, more than 500 years ago. Come and discover our two main activities: Logroño Subterráneo and Caminum. Logroño Underground: Get ready to take a trip back in time. The city of Logroño holds thousands of secrets on its surface, but also underground. Discover the stories, legends, illustrious characters and curiosities that have shaped this city over time. Follow part of the stage of the Pilgrims’ Route to Santiago de Compostela as it passes through the city. Immerse yourself in two incredible caves drilled in the ground. Taste three wines from this region underground paired with three Riojan products in the underground cellars, one of which is the oldest in the city. Caminum: The gourmet experience you’ve been waiting for has arrived in the capital of La Rioja! In this exclusive visit you can learn a little more about the history […]
Mercaderes, 10 esquina con C/ Ruavieja (acceso por C/ Ruavieja)
It is an old winery dating back to 1880 where you can find two cellars at a depth of about 8 metres, with a tasting room and a meeting room. Here you can see how the wines were made in the past. Visits to the winery Escape room + Wine and tapas
Travesía Centro Nº 1
Marks Campo Viejo, Azpilicueta, Alcorta. Bodegas Campo Viejo is located in the very heart of Rioja, very close to Logroño, just 5 km from the city centre. The easiest way to get to Bodegas Campo Viejo is from Logroño. Located in an incomparable setting, an estate of 42 hectares surrounded by vineyards. Come and visit us and we will show you the unique architecture of our winery at the service of wine, our leadership in sustainable practices and our commitment to innovation. Discover the true flavour of La Rioja, there is no better place than Bodegas Campo Viejo. Here you will learn how our winemaking processes are developed, discover the history of the brand, care for the environment, the impressive construction project of the winery, its unique architecture, one of the most impressive barrel rooms in the world and much more. Other information of interest: On-line shop: clubenvero.com Winery visits
Camino de Lapuebla 50
Take the N-232 road to Briones. There take the LR-210 road to San Vicente de la Sonsierra. Just before reaching the village, just after crossing the river Ebro, is the area. From the N-232A, cross the town towards the LR-210 (Briones). At the height of the Medieval Bridge, over the River Ebro, there is an access to the right of the road that leads directly to the area. The area is located in the recreational area next to the river Ebro and near the famous medieval bridge. The catering, shopping, workshop and petrol station services are in the village, just over 1km away. Municipal swimming pool (open from 1 July to 31 August). More info: +34 941 334 006. In addition to the medieval bridge, it is worth visiting the village and strolling through its walled enclosure, castle… Wineries with tourist visits. Local tourist guide. It is famous for its Easter Week and the tradition of “Los Picaos”.
From Logroño and Burgos, take the A-12 motorway to exit 110 towards Nájera. Then follow the LR-113 until you reach Baños de Río Tobia. Once in the town, follow signs to the sports centre and pelota court. Authorised stay 72 hours. Tables, chairs, etc. are not allowed to be taken out. You can use the showers in the sports centre (2€). The hotel and catering services, local shops, wine cellars, etc… are in the village, 400 m away. More info: +34 941 374 768. Highlights include the Town Hall building (16th century), the Salazar Palace (17th century), the Church of San Pelayo and the Rosary Chapel. Its meat products and wines are famous.
Both from the AP-1 and the AP-68, take the N-232 to Casalarreina. Once in the town, continue south along Av. de La Rioja until the roundabout at the end of the town centre. There turn right towards the sports area, which is where the area is located. Municipal area located next to the swimming pools and the “El Soto” pelota court, behind the Monasterio de la Piedad. Camping is not allowed. The petrol station is about 700 m away. There is a wifi zone at about 300 m. More info: +34 941 324 004. The entire historic quarter, declared a Historic-Artistic Site of National Interest, is worth a leisurely stroll to enjoy its monuments.
Both from Nájera and from Santo Domingo de la Calzada, you can get there from the A-12 motorway (exit 28) or from the N-120. After leaving both, continue towards the village of Hormilla on the Nájera road and a few metres further on you will see the sign to the Valcarce petrol station, where the area is located. Prices. Parking + water change, 6/8€ (depending on the time of day). Overnight stay (18 to 10 hours) + water change + electricity + showers: 12€. Water change only: €3 (ask for key at the cash desk) Free if you fill up with €40 of diesel. There is also a restaurant, shop and LPG. More info: +34 941 417 765. 5 km from Nájera (Camino de Santiago). Monastery of Santa Maria La Real. 1 km Botanical Garden of La Rioja. Rioja wine cellar 100 m.
From Haro or Pancorbo, take the N-232. At the Tirgo altiura take the LR-209 exit towards Sajazarra, which is 9 km away. Authorised stay, 72 hours. Tables, chairs, awnings, etc. are not allowed to be taken out. The hotel and catering services, shopping and wine cellars are in the town centre, about 300 m away. More info: +34 941 320 133. This is one of the most beautiful villages in Spain. Enjoy a stroll through its historic quarter, admiring its mansions, emblazoned palaces, squares and charming corners. The castle can only be seen from the outside.