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What is the Haro Station Wine Experience?

The Haro Station Wine Experience is an event to be held in Haro for the second time in September 2016.

Who is organising the Haro Station Wine Experience?

The event is organised by the 6 wineries which comprise the Station District: CVNE, Bodegas Gómez Cruzado, Bodegas La Rioja Alta S.A., Bodegas Bilbaínas, Bodegas Muga and Bodegas Roda.

When is the event?

Friday 16 September is for wine industry professionals (trade press, sommeliers, etc.) and Saturday 17 September it is open to customers.

What does the event consist of?

The Haro Station Wine Experience is a two-day event to gain a better understanding of the wines of the seven organising wineries.

The first day, Friday 16 September, focuses on wine professionals with exclusive tastings of the wineries’ upcoming vintages, historical seminars, etc.

The second day, Saturday 17 September, is focused on customers and, in addition to wine tastings and tapas, there will be musical entertainment, etc.

How much is entrance fee?

On Friday 16 September, the professional day, access is by invitation only.

On the second day, Saturday 17 September, the end costumer day, tickets cost €40 in advance and €50 at the box office.

Where can I buy tickets?

Tickets for the day open to the general public are available through this web site.

Once ticket has been purchased via internet, Do I have to redeem at the box office to go?

Yes, after buying your ticket, you will receive a message in the e-mail address you indicated with proof of payment and a link to download your ticket into pdf. If you do not receive the message within a day, check the spam / junk folder, in case your email service has placed there.

You need to download the pdf of your ticket and keep it in a safe place.

Before approaching to El Barrio de la Estación, remember to print your ticket and, once there, you must go to the ticket office with your printed copy, exchange it for a drink with hang-glasses, your tickets drinking corresponding and the event program.

Remember that each ticket carries a unique QR code that is the one that will serve to validate your reservation. Each code is valid only 1 time, do not let your ticket to someone else or make multiple copies, the first impression validate the day of the event will automatically override the others.

What I have to do during the event?

Once collected the glass, hang-drinks, tickets drinking and program, 7 wineries can visit freely and in the order that everyone wants.

Can you visit the wineries those days?

The usual visits offered by the wineries during the rest of the year will not be carried out. Due to an influx of high public is expected, it would not be viable.

Are there parking facilities?

Several car parks have been made available at the entrance of the Station District.

How can I get to Haro?

You can reach Haro by motorway, road, regular coach line and train.

The closest airports are Vitoria (48 km.), Logroño (62 km) and Bilbao (107 km).

You have can find detailed information in the ‘Getting here’ section on this website.

Where can I stay in Haro?

Haro and its surrounding area have a wide range of accommodation, from hotels to rural guest houses.

You have can find detailed information in the ‘Staying here’ section on this website.

Child Policy

Assistance with minors is not recommended because it is an event aimed specifically at over 18 years, in any case, there will be children’s activities and workshops for children of limited duration, but with an additional cost to the price of admission.

Ticket invoice

This requires write to [email protected] requesting it to and including fiscal data and the number and type of tickets purchased.

As soon as possible, we send you the invoice by e-mail.

Do you have any other questions?

If you have any other queries, please write to us at [email protected] and we will gladly assist you.