€ 117,00 / per person
The Compañía Vinícola del Norte de España, Cvne was born in Haro, La Rioja, Spain, in 1879.
Qualifying in 1991 for the Denominación de Origen Calificada (Spain’s highest appellation), the Rioja wine region is divided into three sub-regions, each producing different types of wines: Rioja Alta, Rioja Baja and Rioja Alavesa (Basque Rioja). Compañía Vinícola del Norte de España, CVNE, is still situated on its original site in the Barrio de la Estación in Haro, home of the Rioja Alta wineries. It is a land known for producing fine, elegant wines with moderate alcohol content.
Rioja Alta is the westernmost of Rioja’s three sub-areas. It is influenced by the Atlantic Ocean’s climate. The soil in Rioja Alta is rich in iron, limestone and clay, along with nutrients deposited in the region by the tributaries of the Ebro River. Rioja Alta is known for producing full-bodied wines with a medium alcohol content that are suitable for aging in oak casks, forming the basis of most red Riojas.
This tour includes the perfect combination of visiting the CVNE winery in Haro and the visit to Viña Real winery in Laguardia, Basque Rioja. Two wineries, two fabulous wine tastings and the opportunity to enjoy the vineyards with the five senses.
After visiting the Viña Real winery, we take a walking (or by bus) tour through 8 hectares of Tempranillo vineyards located in the Cerro La Mesa ending with a picnic in a wood and metal shelter set in nature itself. The picnic includes: several “Pintxos”, bread, water and ½ bottle of Monopole and Viña Real Crianza (per person).
Other number of PAX please ask for quotation. All services under request.
+ Transfer by van/minibus
+ Local guide from/to port
+ Visit to 2 wineries in private groups
+ 2 wine tastings
+ Picnic (water, white wine, red wine and local products)
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