Although the Ribera del Duero established their D.O. status in 1982, winemaking in the region goes back for centuries. In fact, 16th and 17th century underground cellars where winemakers are still aging their wines today can be found throughout the region. Did you know…Spain was just rated as the world’s healthiest country? […]
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 […]
Full-bodied without going Godzilla-overboard, Ribera del Duero tempranillos are about as food-friendly as red wines get.
Sometimes the best stuff comes from conditions that are, well, not the most pleasant. Adversity produces great actors, great fighters, great music – and in the case of Ribera del Duero, killer wines.
Spain’s most popular white grape is Verdejo, and it is native to the region of Rueda in Castilla y Leon.
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.
Try our vibrant wines with tartare, tacos, board games or bocce. Sip them from a snazzy goblet or a plastic cup in your backyard — we trust that when you do, you’ll be relishing the moment. Oh, and the mouthfeel, of course.
Winemakers from our sister regions are united by an independent spirit, creating wines with timeless appeal that knows no borders.