The prestige of a privileged land devoted to wine for more than two thousand years.
Rioja was the first Designation of Origin in Spain to earn Calificada status. This was in 1991.
A rigorous and effective control system makes Rioja synonymous with the highest quality.
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Three production zones, each with a distinct personality: Rioja Alavesa, Rioja Alta and Rioja Orient
Certain to leave a mark on you. Wine is the connecting theme of all our routes.
Delve into the heart of our wines by knowing the history of our towns.
We tell you our stories and those of our wines.
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The Haro Station District is a meeting point for all those who wish to enjoy the architecture of wine together with the history found in every corner of the many century-old cellars that treasure samples of their oldest vintages. Many of these wineries are still in the hands of the same families that settled in one of the first two Spanish cities to have electric street lighting in the late nineteenth century, shortly after Paris and London. “We are arriving at Haro, you can see the street lights” was often heard among travellers as they approached the town.
Learning about the secrets of winemaking while tasting a good Rioja or chatting with a member of the fifth generation of winemakers is undoubtedly one of the greatest pleasures offered by Rioja Alta.
The towns are distributed among the districts of Haro, Nájera, and Logroño and their names are heard across the world. They make a valuable contribution to area with their spectacular landscapes, environmental wealth, cultural diversity and an unparalleled passion for wine, capable of awakening the interest of anyone. Haro, Ollauri, Briones, Cuzcurrita del Río Tirón, San Asensio, Cenicero, San Vicente de la Sonsierra, Logroño and Fuenmayor are some of the destinations that hide in this wonderful zone located in the westernmost part of the region.
Towns of Rioja Alta
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