La Compañía Vinícola del Norte de España, in short Cvne or Cune, is located in Haro in the Rioja Alta, which is located about 95km south of Bilbao. The winery was established as early as 1879 and is still located in the same place in the Barrio de la Estación wine-growing region. The Bodegas has many buildings and cellars. Most of these date from the 19th century and are arranged around a central courtyard. The history of the winery can be read from the different styles of the wine cellar. The 'Eiffel cellar' is famous. It was built by the world-famous French architect Alexandre Gustave Eiffel. Another cellar called 'El Carmen' is Spain's very first concrete cellar. The cellar 'El Pilar' is built in such a way that gravity grapes are used for the transport of the grapes. So it's no wonder this traditional company produces a slew of classics. The baseline includes a blank, a tinto joven, tinto crianza, and a tinto reserva. The top consists of the two impérial wines - reserva and gran reserva - big names in the Rioja. The Monopole Blanco is unique. This is one of the oldest brand wines in Spain. In addition to Viña Tondonia and La Rioja Alta, Cvne is one of the masters of the venerable Rioja style.