Other regions of Spain

In several Spanish regions we produce wines from traditional local varieties. Tempranillo, Garnacha, Macabeo and Verdejo offer a bright, cheerful and pure expression of our country.

Rías baixas

In front of the Ocean, the home of Albariño wines. Here in Galicia, North-West Spain, we make Pazo Cilleiro, a great white wine of Atlantic inspiration.


Across the Ebro, in Ollauri, stands the winery of Conde de los Andes. Its old ‘calados’, or underground cellars, are one of the great jewels of the culture and history of Rioja wine.


The origin of Muriel Wines, where we make our main Rioja brands: Muriel, Viña Muriel, Viña Eguia and Marqués de Elciego.
Here is our flagship estate, El Gallo, with its 20 hectares of vines of Tempranillo and Viura varieties.

Rioja, the river and the mountains

The wide valley of the river Ebro channels different climatic influences that benefit our viticulture. From the shores of the Ebro we can sight the great milestone of our landscape: the imposing rocky wall of Sierra de Cantabria.