Ribera & Rueda 101

The winemakers of the Ribera del Duero and Rueda regions were locavore, artisanal, and sustainable long before those terms existed. Their wines reflect an ancient tradition and a singular sense of place, yet have a timeless appeal. Hidden in the high plains of the Castilla y Leon area, Ribera del Duero and Rueda are located […]

Tempranillo: Ribera del Duero’s Prized Grape

Full-bodied without going Godzilla-overboard, Ribera del Duero tempranillos are about as food-friendly as red wines get.

D.O. Ribera del Duero est. 1982

Winemaking for Spain’s most prestigious wine regions for red and white wines began almost 2,000 years ago. It’s a wonder anyone would have thought to plant grapes in these regions of extreme temperatures, blisteringly hot summers, bitterly cold winters, rocky terrain, and high altitudes. The flag of Castilla y León bears images of castles and […]

D.O. Rueda est. 1980

At its heart, Rueda and it’s signature grape, Verdejo, is all about agriculture. Grapes are harvested using modern techniques as well as by hand depending on the slope of the vineyards, and all grapes are harvested at night because of the hot temperatures. World-class winemakers moved here to make the world’s next great white wine […]

Verdejo, the Rock Star of Rueda

Ask any sommelier what a wine needs to be “food-friendly,” and they'll tell you one thing: acidity. Verdejo has that with a capital “A” – along with flavor, balance and fruit aplenty.

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Ribera del Duero and Rueda, Spain's two most prestigious wine regions for red and white wines.

Two Remarkable Regions

Winemakers from our sister regions are united by an independent spirit, creating wines with timeless appeal that knows no borders.

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