Bodega Inurrieta winery: where already ancestors grew vines
The Bodega Inurrieta winery was founded by Antonio Antoñana and takes its name from the lands where his ancestors grew vines almost a century ago. Following the Spanish wine making traditions of the Navarro land, the first vines of Bodega Inurrieta were planted in 1999.
The mission of the Bodega Inurrieta winery is to produce the best quality red, white and rose wines that contribute to the international wine industry and pay homage to the local area
Experience the different styles of oaked wines
The wine making team also aims to create wines that stand apart from others produced in Spain. The Bodega Inurrieta covers an area of 6000 square meters and was designed taking into consideration the most important practical, hygiene, oenological and operational aspects of wine making. The winery has the capacity to hold over 4 million liters of wine between its tanks, bottles and the cask room. This cask room is one of the most unique features of the winery. The room is carefully temperature and humidity controlled and its air replenished throughout the year. In the cask room there are five different types of cask: three of French oak and two of American oak. Making use of different casks ensures that wine with different nuances are produced, creating a wide range of wines to suite any palate.
All under one roof
The wines produced at Bodega Inurrieta include the Inurrieta Orchidea, the Inurrieta Coral, the Inurrieta Mediodia, the Inurrieta Norte, the Inurrieta Sur, the Inurrieta Cuatrocientos Crianza, the Altos de Inurrieta Reserva, the Inurrieta Mimao, the Inurrieta Puro Vicio, the Inurrieta Orchidea Cuvee and the Laderas de Inurrieta.