Wine Fight Wineries

Wineries of Haro (Bodegas)

The exterior of the famous Bodegas Muga de Haro in Spain

The very picturesque Bodegas Muga!

Muga

Probably the most famous of the town's bodegas is the very prominent Bodegas Muga. Founded in 1932 - and to this day still family owned - this award winning winery facility is housed in a building of stone and oak almost two centuries old.

The winery manages to incorporate the classical and the modern seamlessly and is the only winery in Spain that makes all its own barrels and vats under the guidance of its own master Cooper and his three assistants.

Bodegas Muga de Haro

Wine barrels of Cune, Muga and other wineries in Haro

The Historic Bodegas Cune!

Cune

Well known for it's plant designed and built by Eiffel Architectural Studio in 1909 - CUNE has become synonymous with quality and in 2020 is nominated as European Winery of the Year.

The winery is situated close to the train station in the centre of the town of Haro and has 545 hectares of vines under its own cultivation in the region. In 1940 CUNE became the first winery in Spain to utilise a concrete fermentation tank.

Bodegas Cune de Haro

The Historic Bodegas Cune!

R. López de Heredia Viña Tondonia

The oldest of Haro's wineries R.Lopez de Heredia Vina Tondonia is nestled on the right bank of the Ebro River and has more than 12,900 Bordeaux barrels stored in its seemingly endless underground tunnels.

The location of its magnificent vineyards and the exceptional quality of its vines has seen Lopez become the standard by which all other wineries in the region judge themselves.

R. López de Heredia Viña Tondonia, S.A.