Bodegas Corral is located on the cross between the Northern Jacobean Route and Navarre Route. In this enclave, the Pilgrims Hospital of San Juan de Acre was built, the remains of which are inside our winery.

Bodegas Corral is an example of fusion between wine and tourism, with a wide range of oenological and vital experiences.

The creation of Bodegas Corral, more than a hundred years ago, was due to the effort of a pure riojan man, Don Saturnino Daroca, a grower and winemaker, who began to plant the first vines in Sojuela, a town near Navarrete. Her daughter married Don Martín Corral, who gave the winery a name and gave up its coat of arms as a vitola, which today still highlights the family character of our winery.