Bodega Otazu Pago de Otazu 2020 (6 Bottles) Spain

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Pago de Otazu is a blend of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Tempranillo made from grapes from our DOP Pago vineyards harvested manually in October.

Pago de Otazu is a blend of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Tempranillo made from grapes from our DOP Pago vineyards, harvested manually in October, in 12 kilo boxes to keep the fruit in its optimal state until it is pressed.

This careful process results in a cherry red wine, with a good, bright reddish edge. It has a subtle nose dominated by red fruits, intense and fresh, on a background of mineral and spicy notes. It is a wine of great complexity with a long and pleasant palate, where the wood is perfectly integrated.


About Bodega Otazu Wines

Arriving at Otazu could have been, in other times, approaching a historic Manor in which the marriage of stone and landscape awakened the joy of serene and collected contemplation.

This is how the witness and the inheritance of its first inhabitants in the Late Middle Ages have been collected , when wine was not missing from any table.

Today, the Otazu Lordship has recovered an activity that dates back to the 12th century and whose heritage it wants to preserve.

History, art, wine . Synonyms could be said of what Bodega Otazu represents today . A fertile land that echoes the achievements of the gentlemen who successively occupied the Renaissance Palace of the 16th century and who, in 1840 , built an old winery in the style of French châteaux . Thus was born the first winery built in Navarra outside of an urban area and that produced wine from a single estate, which was a milestone in the wine world of that time.

Here wine is loved, culture is revered, history is respected and the future is offered a place to settle.

With a family philosophy and a desire to pay tribute to what lingers in memory, the Otazu Lordship—still inhabited today—looks back to find meaning in every aspect of its past.

Next, the San Adrián Church was built , at the end of the 19th century , probably with materials from the Palace. It is a medieval temple in origin, of which only a few vestiges have remained, thanks to interventions from the Baroque period.

It is a stone building with a rural character, in a state of abandonment. It has a single nave, a header with a straight front and a square bell tower located at the foot, attached to the epistle wall. Its access is located on the southern wall protected with a stone portico. From here comes a seated image of a sculpture, the Virgin and Child , of Gothic style and French influence , dating from the beginning of the 14th century and which is currently venerated in the church of the Señorío de Otazu.

The primitive baptismal font is supported on a cement pedestal and is located in the choir. The presbytery is presided over by a Romanesque main altarpiece, from the end of the 16th century, showing a polychrome from the 19th century . The tabernacle-exhibitor also dates from this century. On the Gospel side there is a proto-baroque altarpiece from the first half of the 17th century , roughly made and repainted in 1852.


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