BODEGA

ARIZCUREN
Bodegas Campo Viejo

Arizcuren is an urban wine cellar, a space for producing and ageing wines right in the centre of Logroño, just a 5 minute walk from the Calle Laurel. A visit to the winery means enjoying “the charm of being small”, the culture of attention to detail in the world of wine, old family-owned vineyards cultivated with respect for tradition. By weaving together these strands, great wines are made, found on the wine lists of some of the best restaurants in the world.

The Arizcuren wine cellar is a space for producing and ageing wines in Logroño city centre, a ”Wine Workshop” which basically harks back to the Urban Cellars scattered among some of the most important world capitals and which reinforces in an innovative and complementary way the rest of the city’s wine tourism options.

This where Javier Arizcuren, sixth generation in a family of growers from Quel, works with the grapes from the family vineyards. The visit will allow you to learn all about the historic vines from the Rioja Oriental where they cultivate the identifying grape varieties of the zone. With these they make wines which can be found in over 30 Michelin-star restaurants and which have achieved exceptional scores from the main international wine influencers, Parker, Suckling, Atkin or Decanter.

To put it in a nutshell, to enjoy “the charm of being small”, the culture of attention to detail in the world of wine, and small vineyard plots cultivated with the traditional know-how passed down from generation to generation..

Bodega Arizcuren

Location

Santa Isabel, 10.
26002. Logroño
La Rioja

Phone

+34 941 233 073

WINE TOURISM

VISITS

Yes

ENOTOURISM CONTACT INFORMATION

+34 941 233 073
enoturismo@arizcurenvinos.com

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