The Viña Arnáiz winery and vineyard are located in the municipal area of Haza, in a strategic enclave where Juana de Haza, a noblewoman from Castile, started to grow vines at the foot of her fortress back in the 12th century. The extraordinary quality of her vineyards spread her fame throughout the land.
The winery occupies an area of 12,000m2 and can produce and bottle 18 million bottles a year. Harvests rest in 15,000 Bordeaux barrels in American oak (from Allier, Nevers and Limousin).
The bottling area can house 1 million bottles, although the number is sure to increase considering the hectares of vineyard harvested.
Viña Arnáiz is designed by the well-known architect Manuel de la Torre, famous for the reconstruction and renovation of abandoned villages and old buildings. This architect was in charge of constructing the winery’s main company building in which all the materials are traditional ones: granite, wooden beams, etc., integrating it into the Castilian surroundings.
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