The Navarra Appellation, one of the oldest in Spain, is a mosaic of diverse geographies and environments, with very different subzones. One of them, the southernmost part, is La Ribera, around the town of Tudela. Here the climate is Continental-Mediterranean, characterised by low rainfall and extremely hot summers but in the foothills of Mount Moncayo that acts as a cooling factor.
the heart of this plain crossed by the Ebro River, a unique wine estate was established over 20 years ago: Pago de Cirsus. As its name suggests, this is a real "pago", that is, an estate of 135 hectares growing grapes to produce a range of fine wines with specific origin.
as a landmark building surrounded by vineyards, the Pago de Cirsus Estate works with Tempranillo, Garnacha, Moscatel and also Chardonnay, Merlot and Syrah varieties, all of them perfectly adapted to the estate.