It begins with a detailed view of the historic vineyards of Rioja Oriental, its distinctive grape varieties that have traditionally been grown in our area, the culture of detail in the world of wine, small plots worked with the traditional knowledge transmitted by the ancestors. We will continue with a tour of the production and aging rooms of the urban winery, where we will learn how these wines are made and aged in barrels, amphorae and concrete tanks in such a unique space.
We will taste 5 wines that are part of the Arizcuren project: Monte Gatún, the Sologarnacha and Solomazuelo varietals, a wine made in clay amphorae, and to round off an exclusive parcel wine such as Barranco del Prado, classified as a Singular Vineyard by the Rioja Regulatory Council. All these wines together are present on the menus of more than 30 Michelin star restaurants. We will accompany the tasting with our own organic olive oil and an appetizer consisting of Iberian loin and bread from a wood oven.