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Bodegas Ochoa

The picturesque town of Olite was historically significant during the Roman Empire and was the capital of the Kingdom of Navarra during the Middle Ages. Bodegas Ochoa has documents dated 1370 A.D. confirming that the bodega was the personal winemakers for the king of Navarra and his royal court, which continued for about another 400 years. The bodega was located within the walled portion of the city, but its growth during the past century caused the bodega to be relocated outside the walls.

Bodegas Ochoa is still family owned and operated with Javier Ochoa at the helm for the past 35 years. Adriana, Javier?s daughter, was trained in Bordeaux and continued her wine education in Australia is following Javier?s footsteps. Adriana is assuming more of the winemaking responsibilities of the bodega under her father?s guidance.

All of the grapes used to make Ochoa?s wines are estate grown in their 143 hectares of vineyards. The vineyards are located in the higher elevations of Navarra, which lend additional structure and character to the grapes.

View the wines in Frontier's portfolio from Bodegas Ochoa.

Bodegas Ochoa Web site