Discover the Well Respected Pago Winery, Bodega Otazu
Located only 8 km away from Pamplona, Bodega Otazu is the northernmost winery in Spain producing red wines. It is surrounded by the Sierra del Perdón and Sierra del Sarbil and the estate is bordered by the Arga River. The origin of the winery dates back to 1840 when the first French-style winery was built in Navarra, outside of the urban area and as a single-estate vineyard. The ancient building has now been turned into a wine museum and art gallery and it has been equipped with the very last winemaking and bottling technologies.
A Winery with a Unique Architecture
Architecturally speaking, its spectacular underground barrel cellar stands out, and is internationally known as the “Wine Cathedral.” The philosophy of Bodega Otazu is to produce premium wines expressing the essence of the terroir in which they are grown. The entire wine range is exclusively made with the grape varieties grown in this single-estate vineyard of 116 hectares, Tempranillo, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Berués.
Bodega Otazu is one of the 19 Spanish wineries which were given the highest certification and recognition in Spain – Pago Appellation of Origin – guaranteeing the selection as well as the unique and outstanding personality of its wines.
Enjoy a Great Wine Experience at Bodega Otazu
The wine tourism concept at Otazu Winery is a universe where history, culture, art, nature, and emotions come together. The beauty of Bodega Otazu can be experienced through tours, tastings, wine and food pairings or any kind of customized experiences and events such as weddings or company meetings.