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José Daniel Ausejo

Commercial Director


Begoña Somalo 

Orders and Logistics


Raquel Alvarez

Technical Department


Mari Paz Cueva


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Our Story

In 1981 Johansson Family acquired Bodegas Corellanas, founded in 1900 in the City of Corella, by Don Julián Hernández Malumbres. In 1920 Don Víctor Mateo Malumbres joins, and in 1940 Don Julio Asiain, he becomes part of the shareholding, as Manager and maximum promoter of the Moscatel and Rosé Wines, extending sales to neighboring provinces, under the Sarasate Brand, Internationally registered, in honor of the famous composer and violinist Navarro of big World Fame, known as Pablo de Sarasate. Bodegas Corellanas, in those times, was already getting important awards and also National and International Awards.

In 2015 Don Jorge A. Johansson, representing and as President of Family Group HANS INVERSIONES, acquires up to 100% of Bodegas Corellanas, to develop an exciting project, based on the production of new and interesting Red and Rosé wines from Grenache and also Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc with grapes from the recent plantations, in addition to Semi Dulce and Secos de Moscatel, which also bring interesting awards and First Prizes, after more than a century of the Foundation. Our Exports, although modest, with important efforts, have managed to reach four of the five continents.

Interesting Data

Our vineyards are located in the Ribera Baja de Navarra and most of the land on the estates Miocene and Triassic brown limestone and gray.
The hectares of own vineyard are distributed among Moscatel de Grano Menudo, Tempranillo, Garnacha, Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay.

Controlled vineyard

30 hectares

Average yield

6000 kgs per hectare


366 mm (annual average)


650.000 liters


more than 54% of harvest

Santa Bárbara 29, 31591 Corella, Navarra
GPS: 42.115 N/1.789

Recomendamos que consuma con moderación, es como mejor se disfruta de nuestros Vinos y Moscateles.

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