Bodegas y Viñedos Artadi produce quality wines in three wine regions: Rioja Alavesa, Navarra and Alicante. In order to make the most of the different soil types, climatic conditions and characteristic grape varieties, Artadi works organically and biodynamically.
In the Basque part of the Rioja, Alavesa, Artadi only grows Tempranillo for red wine. The soil of the 70 hectares of vineyards consists mainly of calcareous soil, pebbles and clay, mixed or not, at an altitude of about 700 meters above sea level. The climate is an erratic combination of oceanic and continental.
The wines of the same name are produced in Navarra in the municipality of Artazu. The vineyards are located at an altitude of 450-500 meters and the soil consists of a mix of clay and limestone. In Alicante viticulture already flourished under the Phoenicians, well before our era. On a dark calcareous soil, poor in clay and humus, the Monastrell grape thrives under the semi-continental climate with extreme temperature differences and just enough precipitation.