Talking about wine is talking about La Rioja and of course about Haro, the cradle of wine, and that is why in this post we are going to talk about the different options to visit wineries in Haro and thus better plan your stay in Haro.

There are several types of wineries in Haro, from the most artisanal that follow more traditional methods such as Remelluri wineries to large wineries such as Bodegas Muga where they follow more modern systems in search of the highest quality wine possible.

Here are some recommendations in this regard:

Bodegas Muga: wineries with a great international recognition and a great reputation. We highlight the Torre Muga space where tastings are tasted in addition to different formations. In addition, in the winery itself we can enjoy authentic Riojan cuisine.

Bodegas Bilbaínas: located near the Haro train station. Also known for supplying wine to the Spanish Royal Household due to the quality of its wines. From these wineries come great and well-known wines such as Viña Pomal or La Vicalanda.

Bodegas López de Heredia: who has never had a good Viña Tondonia, well yes, we will find it in López de Heredia, wineries of great tradition and trajectory. The wineries have a large extension of vineyards of around 170 hectares.

Bodegas Ramón Bilbao: with nearly 100 years of history, the wineries have been awarded among the 50 most admired brands for the third time in a row. In this way the wineries seek international recognition to replicate the model around the world.

CVNE wineries: great brands come out of these wineries such as Viña Real, Imperial, Cune or Contino. These wineries offer a variety of activities, from visits, tastings, or picnics among the vineyards.

We have only listed a few of them, but at Wine & Soul Suites apartments in Haro we will advise you which type of winery to visit according to your tastes and we will be happy to advise you. Our purpose is unique, that you spend unforgettable days in Haro.

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