This bodega, located in Puente la Reina and founded in 1950, is a symbol of the Navarrese winemaking sector. It lies near the Pilgrim's Way to Santiago in the heart of Valdizarbe, one of the most propitious areas for growing vines in the 'Navarra' Designation of Origin (D.O.), with outstanding climatic and soil conditions for producing wines of exceptional quality.
With more than 210 hectares of vineyards of numerous grape varieties, the bodega uses Tempranillo, Graciano, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot to make its reds, Garnacha for its rosés and Chardonnay for its whites. All its red wines are aged in oak casks and bottled on the property.
The bodega currently markets two ranges of wine under its main brand of "Señorío de Sarría". The first, more traditional, range comprises a white, a rosé and Crianza, Reserva and Gran Reserva reds. The second, the "Viñedo" range, aims to extract the very essence of its own vineyards. All the wines in the "Viñedo" range are made in limited numbered series.