An experience surrounding wine and art
Masaveu Family Wineries offers incredible wine tourism experiences in different Designations of Origin: Rioja (Murua Winery), Navarra (Pagos de Araiz Winery) and Rías Baixas (Fillaboa Winery). Each one has its own style, but for all of them you can walk through the vineyards near the winery, find out more about the processes of making their excellent wines, visit a winery that is fully linked to authentic works of art or enjoy a spectacular setting with a good glass of wine in hand.
Visiting any of these wineries means appreciating and feeling the philosophy of Masaveu Family Wineries, understanding the culture of wine through the amazing combination of art and nature. By visiting the Murua, Pagos de Araiz or Fillaboa Wineries, you will be sure to create unique and unforgettable moments.
Enotourism at Murua Winery
Murua Winery is tucked away under the shelter of the Sierra de Cantabria like a hidden treasure in the heart of Rioja Alavesa. Art and wine merge in this winery to take you on a journey through history taking in works of art that date from the 16th century all the way through to the present day.
Murua stands out for its stunning stately home among the vineyards and inside it is housed a wonderful wine library owned by Corporación Masaveu.
Visiting this winery means getting your teeth into the wine culture and enjoying the landscape and the great wines of one of the most internationally renowned wine regions.
Enotourism at Pagos de Araiz Winery
Pagos de Araiz Winery is located in the surroundings of the medieval town of Olite in the Navarra Denomination of Origin. Be dazzled by the intense colours of a sea of vineyards as you taste a glass of some of the wonderful wines that are produced in this winery.
Visiting the Pagos de Araiz winery means appreciating and feeling the philosophy of Masaveu Family Wineries, understanding the culture of wine through the amazing combination of art and nature.
Enotourism at Fillaboa Winery
Fillaboa Winery enchants everyone who crosses the stone wall that surrounds one of the oldest and largest wine estates in Galicia, in the Rías Baixas Denomination of Origin.
The freshness and character of its wines becomes clear as you take in the vineyard landscape which perfectly combines with the gardens of the pazo where we find camellias, olive trees, magnolias and cork oaks.