Bodegas Señorío de Líbano, Located in the Region of Rioja
Bodegas Señorío de Líbano is a lovely winery located in the northern part of Rioja, almost ten kilometers west of Haro. The winery makes wines in DO Alella as well as rosé and white wine, located in a place called Bell-Lloc, which in Catalan means “beautiful place”.
In 1960s, the Libanos bought the castle and started making their wines on the property. In 1973, the new winery of Bodegas Señorío de Líbano was set up in the beautiful gardens of the palace. The unit forming the castle, gardens, and the winery is known as the true chateau of the region.
The winery of Bodegas Señorío de Líbano cultivates all the vineyards with great respect for the environment and the ecosystem.
Bodegas Señorío de Líbano cultivates all of their own vineyards, they do not buy any grapes from outside growers. There is great respect for the environment and the ecosystem. Traditional methods are put to use so that the quality of the wines are very high. The wines of Bodegas Señorío de Líbano are very sophisticated and elegant in their structure and flavors.
Winery with 50 Hectares of Vineyards Surrounding the Castle
Bodegas Señorío de Líbano Winery has almost fifty hectares of vineyards in a three-kilometer area around the castle. The soil has calcareous clay, thus suitable for vine growth. Generally, the harvest occurs during October and November at the winery.
Tempranillo, Garnacha, and Sauvignon Blanc in Northern Rioja
In the Rioja region, commonly, Tempranillo, Tempranillo Peludo, Garnacha, Graciano grapes are grown. Garnacha, Pansa Blanca, and Sauvignon Blanc are grown in the Alella region. The best grapes is selected separately in many passes through the vines and then sent to the winery for fermentation in stainless steel containers. We invite you to explore the unqiue property and taste the wines of lovely Bodegas Señorío de Líbano.