Rest and tranquillity
Located about 7 km from the town of Haro. At the heart of the estate is our winery: stone buildings from the seventeenth, eighteenth and nineteenth centuries where we make our wines in an almost handcrafted way, which allows us to give them the attention they deserve.
Within the walls of the former monastery our wines rest peacefully in French oak barrels, where over time they become refined.
The origin of the estate dates back to 1077 AD, a period during which it belonged to the Monastery of Santa María de Herrera. The group of buildings, sheltered from the Obarenes Mountains, previously functioned as a monastery, barracks, school, hospital for pilgrims on the ‘Camino de Santiago’ and a chapel, which is kept open today to give shelter to our patron saint, the Virgen de la Pera.
A unique estate
A unique vineyard in one of the highest areas of La Rioja, just 60 km from the Atlantic, which gives our vines a privileged location which is subsequently reflected in our wines.
Shallow soils, with a high percentage of limestone, with different altitudes and orientations, surrounded by woods, mean that these vines grow in a privileged environment, giving the grapes that they produce a special personality.