Eguren Ugarte

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Founded in 1870 by Anastasio Eguren in the Rioja territory of Basque Spain, Eguren Ugarte is a 140-year-old landmark family-owned winery known as one of the longest-standing vineyards in Europe.

The winery has approximately two thousand metres of wine cellar caves and an average of thirty different varieties of wine, and is a regular participant in the annual vendimia "first harvesting" festivals of its region.

Eguren Ugarte has won several awards for its hotel accommodations and wine tours,[1] and recently entered into a partnership deal with Delta Air Lines to supply wine in-flight.[2]

Eguren Ugarte is also a sponsor of the Santa Catalina Film Festival in Southern California and frequently supports other various independent art galleries and entertainment events internationally.

Robed woman, standing, holding a sword
Cellar Caves
Robed woman, standing, holding a sword
Panorama
View of Eguren Ugarte.
The Eguren Ugarte Vineyard.

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