Viña Lanciano is the name of this spectacular setting, 72 hectares embraced by a curve of the River Ebro, on the natural border between the Rioja Alta and the Rioja Alavesa. A privileged location, sheltered by the Cantabria Mountains, which creates a different microclimate in each of its 22 parcels, where we respect the logical balance of nature to the maximum through sustainable vine growing.
A terroir with a character of its own
A climate that leaves its mark
Viña Lanciano throughout the four seasons
We start pruning when the vineyards are at rest. For the plant’s wellbeing, this is a task that it is carried out by hand and late; we wait for a key moment when the sap starts to flow again, known as sap rise.
We actively practice sustainable viticulture in our vineyards, in order to achieve balanced viticulture, developing the plants’ own immunity and creating a microclimate for the bunches where air and sunlight can flow freely.