Briego

Founded in

History

Fompedraza, a small village in Valladolid with a viticulture tradition within the D.O. Ribera del Duero, has witnessed how the Benito Hernando brothers – Gaspar, Fernando and Javier- have developed the Bodegas Briego project, thus restoring the tradition that their father had followed almost fifty years before. There is a great deal of ambition invested in Briego; a synonym for fighting, fighting for wine quality and for better vineyard management, for painstaking work and for the revitalization of Fompedraza.

Our Process

Wine Maker

Our Process

Briego's intention to produce great wines goes hand in hand with the structure of the winery, the extensions and the addition of techniques and technology to tradition. We always keep in mind that to produce a great wine it is necessary to pamper nature and unite its fruits with the work. Since then, these three brothers have not stopped working and researching in the pursuit of wines recognized for their quality. All this savoir-faire stems from yields which are very limited, meaning that currently around 400,000 bottles are produced, and these are distributed via the catering trade and specialty dealers on both national and international markets.

Contact Info

Phone Number

34 983 892 156

Importer

The House Of Burgundy

Website

Imports To

Address

533 West 57th Street, 7th Floor
New York.,  10019

Phone Number

2125826888

Importer

Votto Vines

Website

Imports To

Address

35 Corporate Ridge # 10
Hamden, Connecticut 6514

Phone Number

8003168956

Available Wines

Briego

Type: Crianza

Strong cherry red color, clean and bright with tile and brick tones. Powerful, intense aromas of ripe black fruits with toasted hints of oak, vanilla and cocoa, with subtle balsamic nuances through the cask-conditioning. The attack is powerful, but fine and delicate, very flavorful, very long, very fruity. Hints of black fruits such as strawberry, blackberry and cranberry, wrapped in a covering of cocoa, toffee and chocolate.

Briego Adalid

Type: Reserva

Red color with medium-high intensity and teak tones on the edge of the glass. Spectacular intensity highlighting black fruits, violets and cocoa. A hint of dairy. The elegant wood creates a toasted background with kitchen spices. The excellent symbiosis of ripe tannins from black fruits with the essence of wood create a complex intensity of flavors; licorice, toffee, American tobacco, minerals, fallen leaves....

Briego Fiel Limited Edition

Type: Cosecha

Cherry red with high, intense depth, with lightly tile and ruby red edge of glass. Positive notes of mineral, menthol balsamic, laurel, pepper, clove and liqueur. Ever-present fruitiness and blackberry and cranberry preserve, with notes of coffee and chocolate. Highly intense, complex. Coffee and coffee liqueurs appear. Pleasant and warm. A fine balance between tannin and acidity. Ripe red fruit compote, flavorful and delicate.

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