Berroja Winery, Located in Stunning Bizkaiko Txakolina
Glimpse the panoramic views of the stunning landscapes at Bodega Berroja Winery, located in the DO region of Bizkaiko Txakolina, Spain. Guests are welcome to experience the whisper of rain, the roar of the blowing breeze, and witness distinct wildlife that surrounds the winery. You can also relish the picturesque scenic beauty, covered with forest on the edge of the vineyards.
The winemaking story at Berroja Winery began with only three hectares of vineyards.
The dream of wine production was started on three hectares of land by Jose Angel, which was further expanded with the purchase of more vineyards in 1998. Later, after 12 years, the winery underwent a complete renovation, and many new facilities and modern facilities were introduced in the cellar. All the oenological tools are made up of stainless steel, results in obtaining quality wines at Berroja Winery. Respecting the environment and biodiversity, a new space was built in the cellar to collect and recycle certain by products.
Family Winery Cultivating Hondarrabi and Riesling
With immense dedication and commitment, Jose Angel and his family cultivate the indigenous grape variety Hondarrabi as well as Riesling. They produce high-quality wines with mnay bright crisp textures and fruit forward flavors. Under the label D.O.P Bizkaiko Txakolina, the owner produces top-class white wines, which are famous at both national and international fronts. Moreover, Bodega Berroja is producing grapes with integrated methods as well.
French and American oak barrels are used for the maturation of the wines
The cellar of the winery is divided into different compartments depending upon various phases of wine production. There is a separate room for fermentation, bottling, and aging. The small portions of the building are dedicated to several purposes, such as a reception, racking room, and one to aging and refining of wines. The cellar building also has a social space, warehouse, and room for labor. There are French and American wooden oak barrels in which the owner keeps wines for sufficient maturation.