The winery Gómez Cruzado, located in Haro’s Barrio de la Estación in Rioja, has received the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence which honors tourist destinations for their hospitality and is granted when a property consistently achieves outstanding traveler reviews.


To select the winners of this award, TripAdvisor utilizes a proprietary algorithm to evaluate the quality, quantity and authenticity of travelers’ reviews on TripAdvisor over the period of a year, as well as the presence and popularity of the property on-line. To quality, companies must maintain an overall rating of 4 out of 5 points on TripAdvisor, meet the minimum number of reviews, and have been listed on TripAdvisor for at least 12 months.

Gómez Cruzado opens every day of the week to allow wine lovers to experience Rioja’s history and the evolution of this century-old winery that offers fine wines with typicity from Haro. Thanks to the boutique nature of this winery and its artisanal focus, visitors can travel through the past and present of Riojan wine-making through by-the-glass tastings, guided tours, and premium tastings.

TripAdvisor’s recognition underscores Gómez Cruzado’s unwavering commitment to excellence in wine tourism, where genuine hospitality and a meticulous attention to detail guide every process.

New times at a century-old winery

Gómez Cruzado is the smallest winery in the privileged and historic location of the Barrio de la Estación in Haro. In their recently renovated facilities, science and technical knowledge work with precision to create well-defined wines suitable for contemporary times without renouncing the traditional Rioja style. Today, Gómez Cruzado is run by the duo of David González and Juan Antonio Leza: two young Riojan oenologists and viticulture technicians with over a decade of experience as consultants for major projects in various wine-making regions. David and Juan Antonio began to work on this project in 2008 as consultants, and today it is their foremost passion.