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Pago de Otazu

Area classified as Vino de Pago owned by the Spanish winery Bodega Otazu; see there.

The winery or estate is located in the municipality of Echauri (Etxauri) eight kilometres from Pamplona in the Navarre region of northern Spain. The circular estate covers a total of 319 hectares of land on a single plot. The Señorío de Otazu (manor house) and its buildings date back to the 12th century. Since then, vines have been cultivated in the county of Otazu by Cistercian monks. The King of Navarre, Carlos III "El Noble" (1361-1425) drank the wines produced in Otazu. The old winery, with 60 hectares of vines at the time, was built in 1840. The Romanesque church of San Esteban (12th century), the dovecote defence tower (14th century) and...

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