Logrono lies largely undiscovered among the vineyards of La Rioja, offering a taste of northern Spain without the crowds of its Basque neighbors. In the riverside old town, a staggering spate of tapas bars dish up bite-sized pintxos and local red wine.

Bodegas Olarra

Bodegas Olarra is located on the outskirts of Logrono, in the heart of the Rioja Qualified Designation of Origin and within the highly regarded sub-area of Rioja Alta. Since its establishment in 1973, Olarra has been noted for the beauty and complexity of its unique premises thanks to its Y-shaped ground plan and its 111 hexagonal domes. Bodegas Olarra is commonly known as the Cathedral of Rioja.

Marques de Murrieta

Marques de Murrieta is an older than 165 years-old winery where the deep respect for the history and the tradition finds a perfect balance with the focus on the future. Its origin dates from 1852 when Luciano Murrieta y Garcia -Lemoine produces the first fine wine from Rioja and is the first one to export it. He acquires the Ygay Estate and builds his emblematic Ygay Castle. In 1983 Vicente...

Bodegas Campo Viejo

If you want to discover the true taste of Rioja, there is no better place than Campo Viejo winery. You will see how wines are made, discover our environmentally friendly practices and enjoy a wine tasting session of our favourite vintages. During the visit, you will learn about the history of Campo Viejo, our innovative winery with one of the most impressive barrel ageing rooms in the world, our...