History

This wine cellar, a pioneer in Ribera del Duero, began activities in 1980, when three brothers, Benjamín, Manuel and Adolfo Pérez Pascuas, convinced of the excellent potential that lay in the vineyards owned by their father, Mauro, decided to initiate an ambitious project: to make one of the best wines in Spain and to carve a niche for it in the international marketplace.
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Winery

The fields and vines

The Bodega vinifies its own grapes from 135 hectares of vineyards. A great number of vines are over twenty-five years old and grow on privileged soils.

The main grape variety is Tinto Fino (Tempranillo) with a small percentage of Cabernet Sauvignon.

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On Friday, we published our latest Issue—the largest of this year thus far, with over 5,100 wine reviews and 21 articles spanning 18 major wine regions from nine countries around the world. (Our reviewers have really outdone themselves.)

 

Luis Gutiérrez may have set another new record with the number of wines reviewed (over 350!) in his latest coverage of Spain’s Ribera del Duero, but more importantly, he also found a few new projects and revamped names “that seem to be following the path toward terroir wines.”

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