Visiting wineries in Rioja Alta takes us to the westernmost part of the DOCa Rioja to which belong numerous localities that, under the influence of the Atlantic climate and on a wide variety of soils ranging from clay-limestone, clay-ferrous and alluvial, drag behind them great stories full of emotions and feelings that over time have allowed them to become one of the main wine tourism references worldwide, Among many other riches, it is home to the largest concentration of hundred-year-old wineries in Europe, the language route with the monasteries of Yuso and Suso, located in the town of San Millán de la Cogolla and a World Heritage Site, and one of the most special stages of the Pilgrim’s Way to Santiago de Compostela.
We are talking about some of the municipalities that comprise and delimit the regions of Haro and Nájera, names that are already famous and stand out in corners of the world, but which also contribute a great deal to the region and have a great landscape value, a great environmental wealth, a great cultural diversity and an unequalled passion for wine capable of awakening the interest of anyone. Haro, Ollauri, Briones, Cuzcurrita del río Tirón, San Asensio, Cenicero, San Vicente de la Sonsierra, Logroño or Fuenmayor are some of the destinations hidden in this wonderful area located in the westernmost part of the region.
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