CVNE, which stands for Compania Vinicola del Norte de Espana, or the Wine Company of the Northern Spain, was founded in 1879 by Real de Asúa brothers.
The fifth generation of the family still runs the winery.
Bodega CVNE is located in the Haro famous Train Station District.
CVNE Imperial is a signature wine of the bodega. First made in 1920, Imperial uses grapes from the company’s best vineyards. The Imperial cellar is an independent winery inside the original CVNE winery.
It is a must to taste Imperial when at CVNE. There is an Imperial tour which includes tasting of this iconic wine with an appetizer of Spanish cheeses and ham.
Among other wines, CVNE produces an organic label, a young style Rioja.
Monday to Saturday: 9 am to 5 pm
Sunday: 10 am to 2 pm
All visits are by appointment.
Languages: Spanish, English.
There is a wine bar at the bodega if you like to taste more wines.
Kids workshops that can be scheduled while your are on a tour.
CVNE also owns Bodega Vina Real and Vinedos del Contino, a chateau-style winery located near Logrono, which also offer guided tours and various activities.
Cune Gran Reserva
Cune Rioja (organic)
Cune Ribera del Duero
Imperial Gran Reserva
Cune Rioja dry
Cune Rioja semisweet
Cune Corona Rioja semisweet
Cune Rueda dry
Cune Rioja rosado