The Bodegas Alvia winery is located in Camino de Santiago of the Rioja region.
Bodegas Alvia is a winery located in Camino de Santiago of the Rioja region. The winery combines experience with hard work to produce the best wines in the region and markets under two brands. The first one is the Mileto that has all the characteristics of the Rioja region. The other brand Livius is mainly for high-end customers and is their premium wine. The winemakers supervise every process to ensure the best quality. Moreover, the winery uses ecological methods to protect the environment.
The winery uses ecological methods to protect the environment.
The vineyards cover around thirty hectares of land, and the main varieties are the Tempranillo, Garnacha, Viura, and Malvasia
Their vineyards cover around thirty hectares of land, and the main varieties of grapes produced are the Tempranillo, Garnacha, Graciano, Viura, Mazuelo, and Malvasia that goes into the production of their famous red, white and rose wines. The area has an Atlantic climate with a low amount of cold winds along with soil suitable for vine cultivation. Plot orientation, low productivity, and vineyard age are also perfect for the growth of excellent grapes.
The grapes are hand-picked and carefully hand-selected to ensure high-quality wines
The workers manually select the best grapes on a sorting table and discard any grape, not in good condition. The fermentation process takes place in small tanks with a capacity of 8000 to 15000 liters. It helps to control the fermentation and separate different varieties of grapes. Aging of wine takes place in new Hungarian, American, and French barrels that provide the perfect complexion and taste to the wines. Traditional knowledge and modern techniques allow the production of the best quality Rioja wines.