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Bodegas Sonsierra

Sonsierra Blanco (100% Viura) Sonsierra Joven (100% Tempranillo) Sonsierra Crianza (100% Tempranillo) Sonsierra Reserva (100% Tempranillo) Sonsierra Vendimia Seleccionada (100% Tempranillo) Pagos de Sonsierra (100% Tempranillo) Perfume de Sonsierra Davidelfin (100% Tempranillo) WINERY Bodegas Sonsierra, founded in 1962, has always been a vanguard winery within the winemaking community of Rioja. Since its creation we have striven to push forward the boundaries, seeking innovation in our winemaking and implementing radical projects such as the one developed in partnership with the designer David Delfín, which has revolutionised the industry. We were the first cooperative in Rioja to sell bottled wine and to advertise the quality and uniqueness of the exceptional vineyards in the Rioja Alta region, and to indicate this special origin on our labels. The journey that began in the vineyards is continued in the winery, where wines are made with the same painstaking attention to detail and combining traditional techniques with.
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Bodegas Frutos Villar

Calderona Crianza Calderona Joven Abadia Real Red Abadia Real White Señorio de Balboa The beginning of the professional involvement of the Frutos Villar family in the wine market is to be traced back to the dawning of this century, when on a purely local basis we bought up and sold wine from the region of Toro. Well before the officially demarcated wine regions of Spain, the so-called “Denominaciones de Origen” or “DOs”, came into being, we set up our first winery at Toro in 1920. True to our ideal of renewal and progress, in 1960 we established our second winery in Cigales. Upon the consolidation of the demarcated regions, in 1988 the Frutos Villar family purchased Bodegas Santa Eulalia, a winery belonging to the Ribera del Duero region. At Bodegas Frutos Villar, whilst continuing to make great wines at those of our own vineyards not belonging to any “Denominación de.
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Vinos de la Tierra de Castilla La Mancha

Bodegas Mirabueno (Castilla La Mancha) From north to sourth and east to west, Castilla La Mancha is an excellent land for winemaking. Some of its regions have been called “the cellars of Europe”, and the quality of its wines is recognized universally, both for its cultivation of foreign and domestic grape varietals. The varietals of grape cultivated are Viura, Tempranillo, Chardonnay, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Aireén. Castilla La Mancha is composed of five regions, each with its own climates and topographies and thus different varieties of grape. Very deeply ingrained in the local customs, the vineywards have developed a local wine culture in which you can get to intimately know each winery and the land surrounding it. The ample modernization in the last third of the twentieth century has given birth to more than 600 brands of wines under the DO Tierra de Castilla designation, each with its own exceptional.
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DO Rioja

Bodegas Martinez Lacuesta  (Haro, La Rioja) Bodegas Castillo de Sajazarra  (Sajazarra, La Rioja) Viñedos de Aldeanueva  (Aldeanueva del Ebro, La Rioja) Bodegas Sonsierra (San Vicente de la Sonsierra, La Rioja) Mediterranean wine culture was, in the Middle Ages, closely linked to the monastic life, as their major broadcasters were the monks. Rioja area is no exception and is proud that Gonzalo de Berceo, the first poet who wrote in the Romance language, the wine mentioned in the verses he wrote from his retreat in the Suso Monastery in San Millán de la Cogolla. The first document to make reference to protecting and ensuring the quality of Rioja wines dating from 1650, even before in 1102, King Sancho of Navarra legally recognized our prestigious wines. In 1787 was created the Royal Economic Society Rioja Growers, aimed at promoting the cultivation of vines, wine production and trade development. Already in the twentieth century,.
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