Viña Pomal embodies the best winemaking tradition of the Rioja Alta. With a hundred years of history producing wines of great quality and consolidated prestige, added to the unbeatable location of a unique vineyard in the municipality of Haro.
Intense cherry red with a ruby rim of marked intensity.
Intense and elegant. Floral notes and red fruits that are nuanced with sweet spices (vanilla) and roasted.
Persistent with the balance of the great Riojas.
Founded in 1901 in the town of Haro’s legendary Station Quarter, Bodegas Bilbaínas is the longest-standing bottling winery in Rioja. It also has the most extensive underground cellars in the region and a greater area of vineyards than any other winery in the town: 250 hectares of high quality vines, which supply the winery with its own grapes, ensuring that they can be processed quickly without losing their qualities. Viña Pomal is its flagship brand, which embodies the Rioja Alta's best winemaking tradition. These are exceptional wines that have remained faithful to the classic style of authentic Rioja from the outset.
Viña Pomal is characterized by a rather traditional vinification: after destemming and crushing, a moderately long maceration takes place and, after alcoholic and malolactic fermentations, the wines are racked and lightly clarified before being transferred to barrels.
The wine spends 18 months in American oak barrels, 20% new. During this time, 3 rackings are carried out to clarify the wine naturally, thus avoiding the need for subsequent treatments. After its time in barrel, the wine will remain in the bottle for at least two years before being released to the market.
The Viña Pomal estate consists of 90 hectares of vineyards.
Nestled in the municipality of Haro and less than 2 kilometers from the winery, they are located in one of the most beautiful areas of the city; through them we can enjoy the passage of the Ebro River through the shells of Haro. Different ecosystems are combined in our estate according to the variability of the soil and solar exposure, which translates into an exhaustive work of selection of homogeneous areas. The viticulture applied arises from a mixture of traditional Riojan and precision viticulture, resulting in a
viticulture that is committed to innovation to protect nature, always under the parameters of obtaining maximum quality.