Founded in 1983 under the name Brana Vieja, the company has operated under its new name Bodegas Agronavarra since 2013. Great value wines are now made under the direction of winemaker Pablo Javez. The wines of the series "Campo Nuevo" have become very popular due to the fact that they are packed full of fruit and very easy drinking.
Aromas of green apple, pear and citrus that lead to a dry, fresh and light palate. Floral, easy drinking and yet with enough 'tang' to make it an ideal quaffer or a more serious alternative to neutral Pinot Grigio.
Enjoy with prawn and dill risotto.
Viura is grown widely in Navarra as it suits the warm open aspect vineyards and higher altidude, with the grapes natural acidity and minerality preserved by efficient machine picking, a blend of de-stemmed and whole bunch pressing before the clear juice is pumped into large steel tanks tanks and cold settled for a number of days. The juice is then fermented using natural yeasts for around 20 days at a cool 14 deg, before ageing on the lees for a short time, then filtered and bottled.