Our Story

Hi there. We're Ribera y Rueda. If you don't already know about us, you're going to want to.

Here's the Deal

Meet Your Makers

José Pariente

The wine world is changing in many ways, and one major evolution is the influx of young, innovative winemakers like Martina Pariente and Ignacio Pariente, who aren't afraid of being original and taking risks.

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Other Guests

Meet Your Makers: Alonso del Yerro

Family is everything at Alonso del Yerro, from the names of their wines to a special barrel-marking tradition, everything is done with one thing in mind: Make great wines, together.

The Legends: Peter Sisseck and Dominio de Pingus

Would a Danish fellow who learned the wine craft in Bordeaux be able to figure out how to make wine in rough-and-tumble Ribera del Duero? Esteemed wine critic Robert Parker thought so, definitively declaring Pingus’ rookie offering “one of the greatest and most exciting wines I have ever tasted."

Meet Your Makers: Belondrade

Doing the same old thing simply isn’t in the cards for the Belondrade family, who make white wines in Rueda that will buckle your knees.

Chefs & Somms

Pairs Well With Fire

When wine meets fire, magic happens -- especially during the summer grilling season. And at Miller's Guild, Seattle's literal hotspot thanks to their nine-foot burning beast of a grill, Ribera and Rueda wines fan the foodie flames with some killer pairings.

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Other Articles

Cosme Has Rueda By the Glass, If You Can Get In

Hands-down the most buzz-worthy new restaurant -- and hence, hardest reservation -- in the New York City dining scene is Cosme. And out of just five white wines served by-the-glass, the restaurant opened with a Verdejo from Rueda on the menu.

Wait, Was That a Wine Truck in Brooklyn?

Ice cream trucks, taco trucks, food trucks -- sure ... but wine trucks? Absolutely thanks to Ribera y Rueda

Why Philly’s Top Restaurant Loves Ribera and Rueda Wines

Fork Restaurant isn't just Philadelphia's best restaurant according to lots of lists, it also boasts one of the more eclectic wine selections around -- with both Ribera del Duero and Rueda earning a starring role on its elite list.

Rueda Is Stealing the Boston Globe’s Heart

According to a write-up in the Boston Globe from wine critic Ellen Bhang, wine tasters are taking notice of the crisp and unexpected flavor of Rueda.

It’s Time for Wine, Al Fresco

Want to step up your al fresco drinking game? Here are a few easy upgrades for pairing the great outdoors with wine this summer.

Meet the New Breed of Wine Critics

Wine rating apps like Vivino are quickly becoming the best utility for instant vino info. Here's why, straight from one of the most influential users.