Located in Navarra · Spain

Sabina is produced by the huge Bodegas Príncipe de Viana, which oversees around 900 hectares of vineyards planted with both native grapes (such as garnacha and tempranillo) and international varieties (such as cabernet and merlot). The company has also one of Navarra’s most cutting-edge wineries, with lots of contemporary technology as well as a large barrel room housing around 15,000 oak barrels.

This investment and attention to detail has led to the winery’s products earning the coveted ‘pago’ designation, held by only 18 wineries in the whole of Spain. These wines are characterised by distinctive aromas, well-developed flavours and pleasingly full textures.

The name Sabina refers to a native species of juniper tree that grows locally in Navarra – it symbolises a deep connection with the land and respect for nature.