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Bodegas Muga, Haro

(4.4/5 based on 460+ reviews on the web)
Bodegas Muga grows vines in a climate protected by the Montes Obarenses, making for healthy grapes and rich flavors. The grape varieties grown on the 620 acres (1 sq mi) of land include Tempranillo, Garnacha, Mazuelo, Graciano, Viura, and Malvasia, each with its own distinctive flavor due to the carefully managed soil. Reserve a spot in a wine-tasting class to learn how to discover the nuances of the wines, or simply visit the shop and tasting room on site. Vineyard and winery tours are available daily; upon arrival, ask for the next tour time. Add Bodegas Muga and other attractions to your Haro trip itinerary using our Haro vacation planner.
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  • Traditional wine cellar, aged in barrels that they themselves made, I do not think that many are already like this. Wines are exceptional and we hired over food with Rioja menu in the same cellar in a private dining room. All delicious and with great attention. Highly recommended, we have enjoyed enormously. Here still air at family winery, you breathe while they sold 2,000,000 bottles per year
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  • Fine wines, beautiful Winery, visit perfect and lovely people. Within the Barrio de la Estación, a benchmark. No Miss.
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  • Some friends in the area organized us visit and the truth is that we loved. The girl who made us guide was very friendly and knew throughout the manufacturing process, explained everything super well, took care of the doubts and wise to resolve them. I thought that the manufacturing process was much more industrial and also technological but I was wrong. This Winery manufactures their own barrels in its own cooperage and all them processes that we explained along the visit were quite craft. All the barrels both giants of the first part of the process of elaboration of the wine as the small barrels of the latter part were oak, there was no metal or excessive technology. The truth is that I learned many details that did not know about the elaboration of wines, both youths about ageing, book or author and both white as red wines, different types of grape, time spent in barrel and bottle, etc. It is without doubt the best Winery I've visited. At the end of the tour, there is a tasting where you serve white and red wine from breeding with some salty cookies and you sing with a vessel that carries the name of the winery labeled. Before you leave, you can buy all the wines of the signing at a store that is out there. Highly recommended visit!
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  • A bit too touristy, sadly the thing that impressed us the most was the old cash register, and maybe the train outside. The wines are all very traditional and unfortunately none of the 5 reds we tried really impressed, though the white was admittedly quite nice. The flight experience wasn't helped by the smell of bleach in the tasting room.
  • Good service great wine, friendly atmosphere
  • Best winery bar in that area
  • I liked it so much that I moved down to the area so that I can take friends and anyone who wants to stay in our home with a meal at very reasonable prices,!,,!,
  • Good wine but staff is not very interested