The Talai-Berri winery is located at Zarautz, one of the towns belonging to "Getariako Txakolina" Guarantee of Origin. Built in 1992, the winery lays on the sunniest slopes of Mount Talai Mendi, surrounded by 12 ha of vineyards.
Bixente Eizagirre Aginaga represents the fourth dynasty generation, and his daughters, Itziar and Onditz, the fifth generation making Txakoli out of their vineyards fruits.
The Txakoli elaboration relays on the most advanced techniques focused on quality, using boxes for vintage, selection tables, controlled fermentations... These techniques make possible the production of a young and fruity wine.
The construction of Talai Berri building, on the Talai Mendi slopes, in Zarautz, was performed by an architect and a work force with large experience building wineries, because it was clear the building should be made having its purpose in mind.
As for the technical elements featured in the cellar, Talai Berri pioneered the settlement and use of most innovative techniques: air pneumatic press, stainless deposits with refrigeration sleeves, temperature control…
The cellar also includes a little lab with the essential materials for monitoring exhaustively the various production processes. This is one of the singularities of Talai Berri winery.