Collection: Bodegas Señorío de Arana

Rioja, Spain

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While the Santiago family, owners of Señorío de Arana and Viña del Oja, have been growing grapes in the Rioja region for over one hundred years, the bodega was only founded in the 1970s. Today, the family owns around 100 hectares of vines in the villages of Labastida in the Rioja Alavesa and San Vicente de la Sonsierra in the Rioja Alta. The family’s experience growing traditional Spanish varietals like Garnacha, Tempranillo, Graciano, Mazuelo combined with Rioja’s chalky, silty soils result in the high-quality wines that are true expressions of the terroir.

They utilize a strict traceability system in their wine production. Grapes from each plot are kept separate and go through a careful selection process before fermentation. Following the alcoholic and malolactic fermentation process, the best batches undergo oak aging for between 15 and 30 months depending on each wine.