• Otazu


Bodega Otazu is the northernmost winery producing red wine in Spain, they are located in the heart of Navarra wine productions region. Bodega Otazu was the first French style winery built in 1840 in Navarra. In terms of architecture, its spectacular barrels room stands out, composed of 9 vaults of cement and designed like a cathedral, in this case, a wine cathedral.


Set in the Cuenca de Pamplona basin and framed between the Sierra del Perdón and the Sierra de Echauri with the Arga river as a natural boundary, Otazu enjoys an exceptional microclimate with Atlantic and Mediterranean influences, which favor the ripening of the grapes. Added to this is the oenological wealth of the soil, a blend of alluvial clay terraces, pebbles and rocky terrain.

All of Bodega Otazu's wines are made exclusively with grapes from the 110 hectares of vineyards it owns, which encircle the winery: Tempranillo, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Chardonnay. One vineyard is even certified as a Protected Denomination of Origin Pago.

Since 2009 Bodega Otazu is one of 14 wineries in Spain to have the recognition of "Vino de Pago". This is the highest category that vineyard can obtain. Such recognition allows Otazu to produce wines under its very own Denomination of Origin "Pago de Otazu ".