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Bodegas Dehesa de los Canonigos

Dehesa de los Canonigos 5G Joven Dehesa de los Canonigos Crianza Dehesa de los Canonigos Reserva Dehesa de los Canonigos Gran Reserva Dehesa de los Canonigos Reserva Especial Origin The religious connotations behind the name come from the bonds between the winery and the clergy. Was the clergy who first owned the estate as it had belonged to the Cathedral Chapter of Valladolid which was comprised of 22 “canónigos” (canons) –the reason for its name- The Winery is located within the municipal area of Pesquera de Duero and its boundaries were described as follows: Cañada del Indio to the east, the estate that once belonged to the monastery of Bernardos de Valbuena to the west. Valdemadera’s area, in the Pesquera municipal area, and the forest to the north and the Duero river to the south. There was a forest in the area that included species such as pine, oak and.
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Bodegas Reyes

TEOFILO REYES CRIANZA (100% TEMPRANILLO) TEOFILO REYES RESERVA (100% TEMPRANILLO) TAMIZ (100% TEMPRANILLO) HISTORY Bodegas Reyes was founded in 1994 by Juan José and Luis, under the technical direction of their father Teófilo Reyes, hoping to give continuity to the experience gained by him for over fifty years. He was the founder oenologist of the first winemaker cooperatives, and creator of some of the wines that have given fame to the Ribera del Duero. In his tribute, the flagship brand of the winery takes his name. With the first harvest, “Teófilo Reyes Crianza 1994”, the winery stood for the firs time a Spanish wine among the world top ten in the tastings of Wine spectator magazine. Since 2000, Juan José is the technical manager and head of oenology. VINEYARDS We grow Sixty hectares of Tempranillo grape in the municipalities of Peñafiel, Manzanillo and Olmos. Part of it is formed on.
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DO Ribera del Duero

Bodegas Reyes Bodegas Dehesa de los Canonigos Bodegas Montevannos Bodegas Santa Eulalia Bodegas Balbas The ancient inhabitants of the region already knew it. This inimitable land produces something inimitable. The art of winemaking in the Ribera del Duero. The story of the Ribera del Duero has run in parallel with the union of vine and wine, the fruit of the varieties that stud its landscape, the personality of its people and their culture. We have to go back no more than 2,000 years to find the first reference to winemaking in the zone: a Roman mosaic of 66 square metres, considered the largest piece bearing Bacchic allegories of the Peninsula, that was discovered in Baños de Valdearados during the grape harvest of 1972. The Designation of Origin as we know it today, came out of the initiative of a series of vine-growers and winemakers wanting to improve the vineyards and.
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