Casa Primicia is the oldest building in the town of Laguardia, located in the Rioja Alavesa subzone, an area of great cultural wealth and famous for its wines. In the 15th century, this emblematic building was used to collect tithes and first fruits, a tax that obliged the serfs to pay a tenth of the harvest, including grapes. At the end of the tour, the four single-varietal wines of Casa Primicia will be tasted. A unique opportunity to taste and get to know these wines made from Mazuelo, Graciano, Tempranillo and Garnacha grapes."
About the winery
Casa de la Primicia, the oldest building in the town of Laguardia, is the place where the church from the fifteenth century collected tithes, a tax that forced the serfs to pay a tenth of the harvest (including grapes) and the first fruits. More than five hundred years later, a viticulturist from Laguardia, Julián Madrid, rescues Casa Primicia from history, returning to elaborate wine in the ashlar stone lakes. With the pioneering spirit of Julián Madrid, Bodegas Casa Primicia was born.