The Compañía Vinícola del Norte de España (CVNE), launched the Viña Real brand in the 1920s, becoming one of the leading wineries in the region producing Crianza wines in oak barrels. A delicate balance between tradition and modernity defines the structure and content of Viña Real.
Grapes from the Rioja Alavesa are central to this winery. The name was inspired by how close the vineyards are to the old Camino Real. A monumental fermentation vat of nearly 30,000 square metres stands on the same plot of land, built into a hill called the Cerro de la Mesa: this is the Viña Real building, an iconic design from 2004 that succeeds in blending the natural Rioja landscape into its very structure.