Oldest winery in Navarra.

Campanas means “bells” in Spanish and has been around since the founding of the Navarra appellation. They were the first to create rosé Navarra, which made the appellation famous.

Bodegas Manzanos Campanas, established in 1864, is the oldest winery in Navarra and is located in Campanas, in the northern part of the appellation and on the road to Santiago. The winery used to be a place where pilgrims could stay.

Bodegas Manzanos Campanas was one of the founders of the Navarra appellation, and in the 1950s, they were the first winery to create rosé wine. Their wines are known for their fruity and fresh taste.

What makes Campanas stand out from other wineries is the large area of vineyards they own – 550 hectares in the best areas of Navarra State.

They use a variety of grape types such as Chardonnay, Viura, Grenache, Tempranillo, Graciano, Cabernet, Merlot, and Syrah. The vineyards are on average 15 to 20 years old, except for the Grenache, which comes from vines over 35 years old.

At Bodegas Manzanos Campanas, they harvest the vines in Bush by hand, carefully selecting the best grapes.

Check out Las Campanas wines now available at aeclub.com.my.

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