Bodegas Corral – Over a Century of Quality Winemaking in Rioja
Bodegas Corral is located on the Camino Francés, a World Heritage Site, and one of the oldest pilgrim roads to Santiago de Compostela. The winery was established over a century ago by Saturnino Daroca, an avid grape producer and wine producer. He planted his first vines in the small village of Sojuela, close to Navarrete in Rioja. His daughter married Martín Corral, and renamed the winery Bodegas Corral.
The family at Bodegas Corral has kept its winemaking culture and methods in continual practice for over a hundred years.
Making Wines with Tempranillo, Garnacha, Mazuelo, and Graciano at the Winery
The vineyards of Bodegas Corral are an essential part of their operation, enabling them to control production and proportions of different grape varieties. This guarantees correct treatment and cultivation of the vines, maintaining high standards. The grape varieties grown in their vineyards are Tempranillo, Garnacha, Mazuelo, Graciano, Viura, Tempranillo Blanco, Garnacha Blanca, and Maturana. Tempranillo is undoubtedly the major grape variety in the region and wines made with it have the ability to age particularly well yet retain their freshness with moderate alcohol and acidity. Bodegas Corral Winery produces multiple red, white, and rosé wines using different grapes grown in their vineyards and attaching the DOCa Rioja designation to their most treasured creations.
Bodegas Corral, the Knowledge of the Art of Winemaking
The family has kept its winemaking culture and methods in constant use for over a hundred years. The essence of Bodegas Corral is knowledge of the art of wine; the knowledge of the arcane and volatile, which they are willing to impart to every visitor in their beautiful and historical winery.
During your time at Bodegas Corral, you will enjoy the wine bar as well as the terrace with view over the vineyards. We invite you to book a visit today.