Bodegas Bagordi Winery, 18th Century Winemaking Methods for Truly Unique Wines
The origin of Bodegas Bagordi Winery dates back to 1723. Now fourteen generations later, the family still cultivates vines and makes the best wines by following the traditional values and methods of their ancestors. The Carcar Family abandoned the countryside work and invested all their resources in improving the vine cultivation in their region. As the wines are made with methods that date back to the 18th century, they possess a classic aroma and flavor that reflects their region’s terroir and their history and tradition.
Total care is taken of the vineyards, so the grapes ensure the of making quality wines at Bodegas Bagordi Winery.
Sustainable Farming and Mediterranean Climate
The winery’s vineyards are spread over 58 hectares of land in San Adrian and Emong Andosilla, on the Ebro and Ega River banks under Rioja Denomination of Origin. The sandy soil, Mediterranean climate, cold winters, and dry summers make the region suitable for vine cultivation. Organic and sustainable farming protects the vines’ health and promotes minimal use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides. These methods allow the protection of the environment and the local ecosystem.
Bodegas Bagordi Winery and its Gold Medal in the Organic Challenge
The main grape varieties grown include Tempranillo, Garnacha, Graciano, Sauvignon Blanc, and Garnacha Blanca. The best ripe grapes go into the production of their red, white, and rosé wines. In the cellar, grapes are processed with a minimal human intervention that allows them to retain a unique fruit-driven taste and complex aroma. The winery won a Gold Medal in the organic wine Millesime Bio Challenge.