wine tourism

An experience around wine and art

Masaveu Bodegas offers incredible wine tourism experiences in different Denominations of Origin: Rioja (Bodegas Murua), Navarra (Bodegas Pagos de Araiz) and Rías Baixas (Bodegas Fillaboa). Each one maintains its own style, but in all of them you can walk through the vineyards in the vicinity of the winery, discover the processes of making their excellent wines, visit a winery fully linked to authentic works of art or enjoy a spectacular setting with a good glass of wine in hand.

To visit one of these wineries is to feel the philosophy of Masaveu Bodegas and understand the culture of wine through the amazing combination of art and nature. Visiting the Bodegas de Murua , Pagos de Araiz or Fillaboa , you will create unique and unforgettable moments.

Wine tourism in Bodegas Murua

Bodegas Murua emerges under the shelter of Sierra de Cantabria as a small treasure in the heart of Rioja Alavesa. Art and wine come together in this winery to experience a journey through history contemplating works of art dating from the 16th century to the present day.

Murua stands out for surprising with a stately home among vineyards that houses a wonderful oenological library owned by Corporación Masaveu.

Visiting this winery means delving into the culture of wine and enjoying the landscape and the great wines of one of the most internationally renowned wine-producing areas.

Wine tourism in Bodegas Pagos de Araiz

Bodegas Pagos de Araiz is located on the outskirts of the medieval town of Olite in the Navarra Denomination of Origin. The view is lost when contemplating the intense colors of a sea of vineyards while tasting a glass of one of the wonderful wines that are made in this winery.

To visit Pagos de Araiz is to appreciate and feel the philosophy of Masaveu Bodegas to understand the culture of wine through the amazing combination of art and nature.

Wine tourism at Bodegas Fillaboa

Bodegas Fillaboa imbues everyone who crosses the stone wall that surrounds its vineyards with magic to delve into the history of one of the oldest and largest wine estates in Galicia, in the Rías Baixas Designation of Origin.

The freshness and character of its wines make sense on a visit in which the landscape of vineyards combines perfectly with the gardens of the country house where we find camellias, olive trees, magnolias and cork oaks.