Explore the Best Wineries in Rioja

Browse through the best selection of outstanding wineries

Boutique winery producing wine with handmade processes

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Bodegas Alvia Camino De Ventosa S/N, Ventosa, La Rioja, 26371, Spain

An organic winery that won Gold in the Millesime Bio Challenge for organic wines

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Bodegas Bagordi Bodegas Bagordi S.L., Andosilla, Espagne

A wine making tradition from a hundred years ago

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Bodegas Corral Carretera De Logroño Km 10, Navarrete, La Rioja, 26370, Spain

Traditional wines from the family vineyards in Rioja region

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Bodegas Fernández De Piérola Crta. Logroño S/N Finca El Somo, Moreda De Alava, La Rioja Alavesa, 1322, Spain

Discover the oldest winery in the city of Haro, dating back to the 1801s.

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Bodegas Manzanos Bodegas Manzanos Azagra, NA-134, Km. 49, 31560 Azagra, Navarra, Spain

Beautiful winery in Rioja placed next to a 17th century mill

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Bodegas Puelles Los Molinos, S/Nº, Ábalos, La Rioja, 26339, Spain


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Bodegas Ramirez De La Piscina Carretera Vitoria Logroño (Lo 232a) S/N, San Vicente De La Sonsierra, La Rioja, 26338, Spain

A 100% self-sufficient winery both in Rioja and in Alella

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Bodegas Señorío de Líbano Calle Del Río S/N, Sajazarra, La Rioja, 26212, Spain

Discover the rich history of Bodegas Tobia traces back to 1062.

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Bodegas Tobia Paraje Senda Rutia, S/N, Cuzcurrita De Río Tirón, La Rioja, 26214, Spain

Unique boutique winery that uses concrete tanks for fermentation

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Bodegas Valenciso Crta Ollauri - Najera Km. 0,4, Ollauri, La Rioja, 26220, Spain

A winery that consecutively won three first awards and a Gold medal in wine competitions.

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Eguren Ugarte Carretera A-124 Km61, Paganos, Basque Country, 1309, Spain

Explore the family winery that has been producing traditional wines from a century.

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Heras Cordon Ctra. Lapuebla, Km 2, Fuenmayor, La Rioja, 26360, Spain

Map of Wineries in Rioja

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How to Reach Wineries in Rioja

Wineries in Rioja are easily accessible by different means of transportation. 

Logroño-Agoncillo Airport (RJL) is the closest airport to the heart of the Rioja wine region; however, this airport is very small and only two companies fly here, Iberia and Air Nostrum.

Another practical airport you could fly to is Vitoria (VIT) which is about 65.4 km away from wineries in Rioja.

More international flights arrive to Bilbao Airport(BIO), which is 114.4 km.

Travelling by car is the best way to reach wineries in Rioja and take advantage of the natural beauties of the region. You can easily get to wineries in Rioja from Madrid and Barcelona. From Madrid you can follow the A2/N111 highways north and east for about 3.5 hours. Driving from Barcelona takes a bit longer but it can be an amazing journey through Spain. 

A great way to get to many wineries in Rioja is to follow one of the three official wine routes in the region. Each wine route is dedicated to one Rioja appellation: Ruta del Vino de Rioja Alavesa, Ruta del Vino Rioja Alta and Ruta del Vino Rioja Oriental.

The fastest option to reach wineries in Rioja by train is to travel with a Renfe service from Barcelona or Madrid. The journey takes more or less 3.5 to 4.5 hours from those two cities to Logroño. Some trains directly arrive in Logroño, while others require a connection in Zaragoza.

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All you need to know about wineries in Rioja.

If you want to be captivated by the green vineyards, summer is the best time to visit the wineries in Rioja. You can also enjoy some pretty warm weather all year round, while sipping delicious wine from Rioja wine region. But if you are more into witnessing the harvesting season and want to have a first-hand experience of picking the grapes with your bare hands, fall is the perfect season!
Even during the harsh winter, wineries in Rioja have much more to offer. You can taste their last vintages during this time and take part in winter sport activities like skiing.

Wineries in Rioja are a real treat to all wine lovers around the world, and can be described as:

  • Sustainable and ecological
  • Family-owned and historical wineries
  • Surrounded by incredible landscapes
  • Wineries combining traditional and modern equipments creating high quality wines
  • Innovative 

13 wineries in Rioja are centenary, meaning that they’ve been operating in the region for more than 100 years!

Some wineries in Rioja are located on the Santiago de Compostela pilgrim route, so if you are planning on walking to Santiago, stop by one of these wineries and discover their incredible wines.

Wineries in Rioja have a series of facilities available for visitors to make the most of their visit.

Most wineries in Rioja have a reduced mobility access, a parking dedicated to busses for groups, activities for kids and allow pet-owners to bring their animals.

Almost all wineries in Rioja have cellar door sales, which give visitors the possibility to buy their favourite wines from the Rioja wine region.

A very few wineries have a restaurant or a hotel. For more information, scroll down to our FAQ section and found out the wineries that offer these services.

Wineries in Rioja produce their wines as blends of various grape varieties.

The most common grapes used in wine production in Rioja are:

  • Tempranillo (42%)
  • Rioja Red Blend (42%)
  • Garnacha
  • Malvasia

Wineries in Rioja are mostly known for creating luscious red wines from Tempranillo and Garnacha. Most of these wines undergo longer ageing processes in American oak. In contrast, white wines are less popular and white varieties are grown in smaller amounts by wineries in Rioja. One of the best white variety is  Malvasia, and is used to create the typical flavourful white wines of the region.

If you visit wineries in Rioja, here are some language tips you might found useful:

  • Wine = vino
  • Winery = bodega
  • Vineyard = viñedo
  • Vine = parra
  • Grapes = uvas
  • Wine tasting = degustación de vino
  • Wine route = ruta de vino
  • Red wine = vino tinto
  • White wine = vino blanco
  • Sparkling wine = vino espumoso
  • Cheers! = Salud!

Top 10 Q&A about Wineries in Rioja Wine Region

A selection of the most frequently asked questions about Wineries in Rioja Wine Region.

Most of the wineries in Rioja are located in the wine regions in the countryside. The best way to prepare a visit to a winery in Rioja is to book your visit in advance on our website.

These wineries in Rioja are open to the public with booking in advance:

This is our selection of small & boutique wineries in Rioja that you can visit:

Use our interactive Rioja Wine Region winery map to browse wineries near Logroño, Miranda de Ebro and Haro.

Are you interested in reading more about Rioja Wine Region in Spain? Read our Rioja Wine Region travel guide or visit our selection of the very best guide of Wine Tasting & Tours in Rioja that you can book during your stay.