Today, five unique buildings make up the Lordship and Bodega de Otazu. Everywhere you look there is a place to anchor your eyes. The church of San Esteban, from the 12th century, was the first stone of this natural amphitheater of great beauty.
The 14th centuryOtazu Tower, one more point in the chain of medieval defensive towers that once abounded throughout the Etxauri mountain range and the vicinity of Pamplona. The 16th century Renaissance Palace and the oak forest restore the splendor of a historically recovered area.
The two remaining buildings are the old and the new winery. One in the shadow of the other. The old winery, in the purest French style, was built in 1840 and today, in addition to housing the headquarters of Bodega Otazu, is a real wine museum, a historical journey through a frank way of understanding the care of the vineyard and winemaking.