Bodegas de la Real Divisa, 1367
Bodegas de la Real Divisa are some of the oldest wineries in both La Rioja and Europe, belonging to a family legacy, which boasts the noble, family name of Marqués of Legarda. Over generations, their owners have maintained the same good will spirit, and as a symbol of prestige and tradition, baptized their wine with the noble family title. (history)
These wineries, located in the town of Ábalos, owe their name to the emblem of the pitcher of lilies that can be found upon the entrance arch and reflects their history and is also closely connected with the Royal House of Navarra.
Bodegas de la Real Divisa were the first wineries of Rioja to receive a medal at the Bordeaux Exhibition in 1895.