Alto Ebro

ALTO EBRO Rio Ebro VALLE DEL CIERZO Vitoria-Gasteiz Golfo de Vizcaya Logroño Pamplona Zaragoza FRANCIA

The Alto Ebro (Upper Ebro) sub-zone, located in the western sector of the Ebro Valley, consists of a wide territory framed by mountain ranges, crossed by the river Ebro, and opening up into spacious valleys between the mountains and the river along its course. This location reaches a maximum altitude of around 600 metres above sea level.

Its main characteristic is the confluence of two climates: the Atlantic and the Mediterranean. This is an ideal combination for the vine: a mild climate with moderate annual rainfall, thanks to the barrier formed by the northern and southern mountain systems, reducing the clouds and precipitation.

Alto Ebro

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High quality

Vineyard at least 10 years old.

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Limited yields

Maximum production of 10,000 kilos per hectare.

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Long ageing

Exclusive production of Reserva and Gran Reserva Cavas.

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Sustainability

Responsible, 100% organic vineyards

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Traceability

Guarantee from the harvest to the bottle.

The towns of Alto Ebro

Álava

Laguardia
Oyón - Oion
Moreda de Álava - Moreda Araba

La Rioja

Alesanco
Azofra
Briones
Casalarreina
Cihuri
Cordovín
Cuzcurrita de Rio Tirón
Fonzaleche
Grávalos
Haro
Hormilla
Hormilleja
Nájera
Sajazarra
San Asensio
Tirgo
Uruñuela
Villalba de Rioja

Navarra

Mendavia
Viana