Although the winery was founded in 1953, history shows that this land has been used for cultivating vines for many centuries. There is a close link between the history of Navarra and the history of the Senorio, as one of the lords of Sarria, Juan de Azpilicueta, covered the expenses of the studies of his brother, St. Francis Xavier, patron saint of Navarra, with the income obtained from the exploitation of these lands. Located in Puente La Reina, at the heart of the Pilgrims' Way to Santiago, Senorio de Sarria finds itself in an area that offers excellent climate and soil conditions, enabling a range of top quality wines to be elaborated.
Colour: A deep, black cherry colour.
Nose: Intensely aromatic with notes of very ripe black fruit, liquorice sweets, eucalyptus, cocoa, toast and spices.
Palate: Powerful and structured, unctuous, with a smooth and flavour some entry. Soft balsamic notes with spicy hints of pink and black peppercorns, and vanilla. Elegant and round.