Diego Magaña is already one of the hottest names in the new generation of young Spanish winemakers, and as great as his wines are, he's only just getting started. Anza is his Rioja project, where his goal is to produce the purest, highest-quality, and most drinkable Rioja possible.
Few dispute that La Rioja Alta is the leading quality orientated producer in the Rioja. With more than 50,000 casks and 6.4 million bottles stored at any one time (about 8 years of sales) La Rioja Alta is unique in its ability to supply large quantities of fully mature wines of world class quality.
Torre de Oña was founded in 1987 as a single estate. In 1995, this small bodega, with its 50 hectares of vineyards, was purchased by La Rioja Alta with the aim of making excellent quality wine, incorporating all the personality of the best vine plots in the prestigious Rioja Alavesa area.
Located in the Rioja Baja, Viña Herminia is a sister winery of Emilio Lustau. They offer a full range of Rioja wines, from vineyards on the slopes of Monte Yerga and Monte Argudo, up to altitudes of 700m. Together with the warmer climate, this ensures rich, generous, fruity wines of enormous appeal.
Vina Otano comes from a family winery, whose beginnings go back to 1886 when "Grandfather Don Román Montaña" began to engage in the production & aging of wines, becoming the founder of a series of master craftsmen in wines. The current generation of grandchildren continue this work this estate.