Bodegas Berceo were created in 1801 by the Muga Barahona family. The family built a small winery on a property they owned called the Santa Lucia Heras.
In 1868, the French vineyards were devastated by phylloxera and French wine growers are forced to search in Spain new best areas for growing grapes.
At that time, Guy Hageman, a Bordeaux man with high purchasing power, bought the land owned by Barahona Muga family to build the first winery in the entire city of Haro. This property was purchased again by Gurpegui Muga family and is currently is known as Bodegas Berceo.
Gonzalo de Berceo is the most elegant and selected wine of the ranges elaborated in Bodegas Berceo, the winery named after this classic poet.