About Bodega Otazu
Located in the Pamplona Valley and surrounded by the Sierra del Perdón and Sierra de Etxauri, with the Arga River as a natural boundary, Bodega Otazu is the northernmost winery producing red wine in Spain.
The winery dates back to 1840, when the first French style winery was built, outside the urban area. In terms of architecture, its spectacular barrels room stands out, composed of 9 vaults of cement and designed like a cathedral, in this case, like a wine cathedral.
Visit Pago de Otazu
An experience of 90 minutes where you will deeply learn about the incredible history of the winery, its ancient building turned into a wine museum and art gallery with masterpieces of prestigious sculptors such as Manolo Valdés, Xabier Mascaró and many others. You will also discover the winemaking room where the splendid underground barrels room stands out, internationally known as the “Wine Cathedral” and as an architectural reference.
The tour will end with a tasting of 2 wines: Otazu Rosado D.O. Navarra (rosé wine) and Otazu Premium Cuvée D.O. Navarra (red wine aged in French oak barrel)
Visit Señorío de Otazu
A tour of 120 minutes that, in addition to the tour “Pago de Otazu”, also includes a walk in the historic Seigneury which is composed of a Romanian Church from the 12th Century consecrated to Saint Esteban, a defense tower from the 14th Century and a Palace from the 16th Century.
On the way back to the winery, you will appreciate the vineyard which was given the highest certification and recognition in Spain: Pago Appellation.
The tour includes a tasting of 2 wines: Otazu Chardonnay Barrel-Fermented D.O.P. Pago de Otazu (white wine), and Otazu Premium Cuvée D.O. Navarra (red wine aged in French oak barrel)