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Ochoa Moscato de Aguja.


Wine Information.


Grape Varieties 100% Moscatel de Grano Menudo
Winemaker Adriana Ochoa
Once destalked, the grapes are slightly crashed and gently pressed to
obtain the first must, which naturally fermented to reach 5, 5% vol. The
result, a semi-sweet drink low in alcohol and very pleasant and aromatic.
Its fine bubbles come from the natural process of alcoholic
Alc/Vol 5,50%
Soil Calcareous clay


Tasting Notes.


Sight Shiny golden yellow with a fine and small bubble.
Nose Aromas typical from Moscatel: white roses, ripe fruits and citrics.
Mouth It is fresh, elegant, with a fine and discrete bubble. It reminds of ripe
fruits and citrics.
Service 8-10ºC
Food-Matching Appetizers (foie)
Chocolate! A fondue is perfect
Desserts with fruits


This product characterizes by the alcoholic strength of 5.5% vol. After the de-stemming, a small crushing, and a light pressing, we extracted the flower must which naturally fermented up to 5,5% vol. The result is a semi-sweet drink of a low alcohol content, very aromatic and pleasant. Its fine bubble comes from the must fermentation natural process.
Bright golden pale yellow colour. Typical Muscat variety aromas, white roses, ripe fruit and citric reminders. In the mouth, fresh, elegant, with own identity, fine and discreet bubble. It is a fresh product with a touch of petillant that makes it refreshing and perfect for any occasion.


Today, Bodegas Ochoa has continued the family tradition with the marriage of Javier Ochoa and Marivi Alemán whose daughter Adriana, is now head enologist and responsible for the production and quality control of Ochoa wine. Recently, their youngest daughter Beatriz joined the family business to run the marketing department for the winery. 

Javier Ochoa Martínez, current director of Bodegas Ochoa, took charge of the business that his father Adriano had already relaunched and settled. After studying enology, he joined the winery and guided it into exclusively making bottled wine, promoting the modernization of production techniques. In addition, he built a new winery on the outskirts of Olite , which are the current location of Bodegas Ochoa. 

In 1980, Javier Ochoa was contracted by the Government of Navarre to promote the wine in the province and he became responsible for enology at EVENA (Estación de Viticultura y Enología de Navarra). He worked on this project until 1992. 

In 1992, he came back to the family winery, run by his wife, Mariví Alemán. In that moment, the cellar was boosted by the first varietal wines and an expansion of its activity. 
From 1994 on, he began to work on R & D (Research and Development), which is still a staple and represents one of the trademarks of Bodegas Ochoa. 

The family tradition continues with Adriana Ochoa, enologist, who is responsible for the development and monitoring of the wine. This includes quality control in the vineyard and winery and also responsibility for the R & D projects. Adriana attended Higher Education in France where she obtained the BTS degree (Brevet Technicien Superieur) in Viticulture and Enology (Bordeaux-Blanquefort) and the DNO (National Diploma in Enology) at the University of Toulouse (ENSAT, INP). Her end of degree project was based on the aging of red wines. 

Beatriz Ochoa, who recently joined the family business to run the marketing department, studied International Management in the University of Navarra, with a special interest in Marketing. After some years studying and working abroad, she returned home and works in the winery. 

The future of Bodegas Ochoa is bright having Adriana Ochoa, along with her sister Beatriz, working on and promoting a new series of wines “8a”, another step in the the line of innovation,  where we continue to satisfy all palates.

  • Añada 2018
  • Reference A018212703B6