Manzanos Wines, a Family-Owned Winery Amongst the Ten Largest Producers of Rioja
Bodegas Manzanos is a family-owned winery founded in 1890. They represent the fifth generation of the Manzanos Family and their long-standing winemaking traditions. Manzanos Wines owns 10 wineries in total, seven wineries in the DOC Rioja, and 3 in the DO Navarra. The company is currently among the ten largest producers of Rioja and among the three biggest of DO Navarra. Manzanos Wines has 1,525 hectares between these two appellations. Total production is 10,000,000 bottles. Nowadays, the public face of Bodegas Manzanos is represented by brothers Víctor and David Fernández de Manzanos, as well as Laura Mateo, wife of the former, Víctor Fernández de Manzanos.
Bodegas Manzanos Haro is the oldest winery in the city of Haro, dating back to 1801. It now comprises the buildings of Bodegas Berceo and the Palacio de Tejada.
Flagship Winery of Azagra Located in the Rioja Appellation
The flagship winery of Azagra, covered by magnificent vineyards and hills, is the house of famous wines of Rioja appellation, under the label Rioja del Reyno. Visitors will be charmed by its château-styled architecture, built in 2002. Tempranillo, Graciano, Garnacha, and Mazuelo are some of their grown varieties in addition to high-quality Viura, Tempranillo Blanco, and Chardonnay; using these grape varietals results in the production of rich red, white, and rosé wines.
Winemaking Tradition as One of the Original Navarra Rosé Producers
Another winery, residing in the Campanas region, was established in 1864. It is the oldest winery of the Navarra DO region. Initially, Bodegas Manzanos Campanas was a pilgrim hostel on the road to Santiago. The certified producers were first in the Navarra region to deliver rosé wines in the 1950s.