Wine is a tradition in the Larrea family, and by the end of the 1960s they started to produce their own wine in 'El Curita', a small cave that still exists in Elciego. Those were the first steps of Viña Salceda, which years later was to become one of the most prestigious wineries in La Rioja. After acquiring years of experience, the Larrea family embarked on creating a new project, and in 2003 they launched Pago de Larrea.
Having been surrounded by the world of viticulture his entire life, Luis Larrea and his family knew they wanted to get back to the fundamentals, the art of true winemaking. That is the philosophy of Pago de Larrea, which continues to harvest on their estate called La Romañíguez.
Pago de Larrea´s line of wine is called Caecus.