Proud of our small family winery.
    Vinduero Vindouro Awards
    GOLD Medal in Female .
    *Horola Garnacha.
    Silver Medal.
    *Horola MIL * Limited edition of
    “1000 bottles.
    And our surprise of the evening at this Vinduero Vindouro Gala
    GOLD Medal to the best Signature wine of Spain and Portugal…
    HOROLA GARNACHA with 90 points.
    Effort, passion and a lot of love is what they put.
    Syam Hornos and Adrián Hornos Olave, its AUTHORS.



    From the union of the Latin words “vinea” which means vineyard and “demere” from the verb to uproot or remove is born “vindemia” (grape harvest).

    -Labor in the vineyard, she pays for it in the grape harvest-

    And it is true, to get to the harvest, a whole year is spent taking care and pampering the vineyards to the maximum, to be able to have that great reward that is our grape.

    There are several different types of harvest, let’s get to know them a little better.


    As its name suggests, manual harvesting consists of selecting only the best grapes by hand, sometimes using only the shoulder part of the grape for its higher quality. The grapes arrive at the winery in perfect condition.

    The aim is to produce an excellent wine, a high quality final product.


    Mechanical harvesting uses grape harvesters, which go around the vineyards, picking the grapes all together, the best and worst quality ones, throwing them into containers, which means that the grapes do not arrive at the winery in the same conditions as when they are harvested by hand.

    It is mainly used in large vineyards. For mechanical harvesting, the vines must be trained on trellises.

    As a result, the final product is a lower quality wine.


    These are grapes that are left on the vine longer than usual, seeking to increase the amount of sugar in the grape. Generally used for fortified wines.


    Harvesting is staggered, depending on the degree of ripeness of the grapes in different periods of time.



    Donation to FATHER ANGEL MARCH-2018

    Proud to collaborate in this initiative. Horola Foundation

    This Logroño association started a solidarity caravan called ‘Two roads and a smile’ to support centers for people with disabilities. Likewise, the components of this group delivered to Mensajeros, food that they collected during their solidarity march and in which Javier Horno Manager of our winery was present.

    See you in 2019.



    In the coming months, Bodegas Horola will create a foundation to support the most disadvantaged people or groups.

    In the coming months, Bodegas Horola will create a foundation to support the most disadvantaged people or groups, and we will keep you informed in this Blog of the actions that we will develop. Our Marketing Director Maria Ros will be in charge with the support of all of us.

    We hope to count on you.

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