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Visit with pintxos

(Bodega Berroja. Txakoli)

A privilege for the senses, exclusive, sustainable and unique.

Idiazabal cheese + 4 pintxos


Our ecotourism commitment

We are committed to the environment and work towards sustainable tourism.
That is why we are taking measures in this direction. More information

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At Bodega Berroja we work on the basis of exclusivity, sustainability and uniqueness, in all our facets and activities. On the one hand, we collaborate with local groups, not only in sports and cultural activities giving support and resources, but also in promotion and development being vice-presidents of the board of Tourdaibai, sustainable tourism association of Urdaibai, Bizkaia. In addition, we support the work of local producers by offering their artisan products linked to the territory in visits and tastings. In our winery we share values of respect for nature. That is why, apart from recycling, we also take care of the vineyard through regenerative viticulture. Thus, we recover the stems and skins and use them as organic fertilizer, as well as the sheep that graze in our vineyard during the autumn-winter months. We also use well water for phytosanitary treatments. In this aspect, our winery is designed to be sustainable, with green roofs, the use of wood for the exterior facade and the use of daylight hours to the maximum.

Open map Carretera de Zugastieta al Balcón de Bizkaia, Muxika (Bizkaia), España

A privilege for the senses, exclusive, sustainable and unique.

The dominant view over the Urdaibai Biosphere Reserve allows us to locate points of heritage interest such as Santimamiñe, the Castro de Arrola, Gernika, the mouth of the estuary and its beaches, the Roman settlement of Forua, the Bizkaia Bocineros Mountains (Oiz, Sollube, Gorbea and Ganekogorta) as well as the borders of Bizkaia in Orduña and Sabigain (Urkiola).
In this place we interpret the fishing and agricultural tradition of the Reserve and its relationship with the seasonal cuisine that combines with the Txakoli that is produced in the area.
We explain the management and work of the vineyard, based on the native varieties Hondarrabi Zuri and Hondarrabi Beltza and the foreign Riesling, linked to a soil with defined and uniform characteristics, and its conformation of plots based on its orography and orientation, to produce grapes in a sustainable way and closely related to the surrounding fauna and flora, allowing the development of native species such as oak, chestnut, ash, holly, arbutus, laurel, oak and other relict species that exist in the vineyard environment.
In the winery, the work carried out in the handling of the grapes and their musts to obtain a Txakoli with aging capacity over the years is explained.
Finally, the tasting takes place, with a tasting of two of our txakolis and local products from artisan producers in the region: Idiazabal cheese and four assorted pintxos per person, which are the perfect accompaniment to the Txakoli.


- Adult: visit + pintxos: 52,80€/person.
Group rates for groups of 6 or more:
- Adult: visit + pintxos: 44€/person.
*Special group visits, please consult with the winery.


- Monday to Friday from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
- Saturdays from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
*Closed the last two weeks of August and Christmas.


Idiazabal cheese + 4 pintxos

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