Bodegas Corral is a Spanish winery located in the Navarra region, a wine-growing area in the north of Spain with a rich history. The winery is known for its long-standing commitment to wine production and is an established name in the Spanish wine industry.
Bodegas Corral's history dates back to 1898, and for more than a century the winery has continuously invested in quality and innovation. It is a family business that combines traditional winemaking practices with modern technology to produce wines of exceptional quality.
Bodegas Corral's vineyards cover approximately 100 hectares and are located in various sub-regions of Navarre. They are planted with both indigenous grape varieties, such as Tempranillo and Garnacha, and international varieties, offering diversity and character to the range of wines. Bodegas Corral is best known for its red wines, which are well structured and fruity, with a focus on reflecting the terroir of Navarra.
The winery produces a wide range of wines, including young, fresh white wines, elegant rosé wines and both young and wood-aged red wines. The wines of Bodegas Corral are loved in Spain and are internationally recognized and exported. They embody Navarre's rich winemaking tradition and are an excellent choice for lovers of Spanish wines.