Corellanas Winery With History More Than a Century
The history of the Corellanas winery started in 1900 when Mr Julian Hernandes Malumbres first
set up the first building of the company in Corella City’s Fitero Street. Due to the rise in demand, the expansion took place in 1920. In 1980, a project began to rebuild the wine cellar with high technology and the introduction of modern machinery. Julio Asianin in 1940 expanded their business, and the wines were sold under the label Vina Rubican. Recently, in 2015, Hans Inversiones SL Group’s President, Jorge A. Johannson purchased the winery. He built a new plant to treat the grapes better while keeping intact the traditional methods and natural ways for which the winery is famous.
Wines Present in Four Continents
Hans Investment Group is a family business that was set up to unite all their activities in the field of real estate, agriculture and viticulture. After many years of hard work, their wines are now present in four continents of the world. Present in the Ribera Baja del Navarra region, the winery has the capacity to make 650,000 litres of wine annually. Their vineyards are present in the best locations in the region and spread around 60 hectares of land. The soil, unique microclimate and optimum rainfall make the region perfect for the cultivation of vines. The common grape types that grow in their vineyards are Tempranillo, Garnacha, Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Moscatel and Petit Grain. The best grapes are used to make their famous and award-winning red, white, rose and dessert wines.