Haro, Rioja wine capital

The relationship between Haro and its region with wine is part of its historical past and its present. A history marked by its tradition, but also, for a certain moment in its chronicles: the arrival of French winemakers who were looking for an alternative plan to the attacks of the oidium and phylloxera in their country. However, it is proven that the cultivation of the vine in the region comes from very old and that over the centuries Haro would abandon livestock to dedicate himself almost exclusively to the production and care of the grape.
The town of Haro has a series of specific conditioning factors for the making of quality wines that French grape growers, who came to Spain seeking a solution for the pests attacking their vineyards, were able to discover and improve, passing on an inheritance of good practices that was to last right up to the present day.