Get to know all the wineries we work with from Monvins. Small wineries that make wines of great singularity in their designation of origin. Each winery has a personal story to tell.

  • Anima Mundi

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    Anima MundiAt Anima Mundi, our awareness of nature has led us to undertake this new challenge, perfecting the technique of observation and learning. We have learned to pay attention to what surrounds us in order to preserve the true character of the grape in its most expression genuine from the land where it was born, working in accordance with the message it transmits to us, understanding each of the nuances it gives us. We can only make living wines through living soils, which is why we work to increase the microbiological activity in the soil, looking for a plant-mineral balance. We do not abandon knowledge or constant learning, but base it on a deep awareness of purity and minimal intervention. We do not intervene in the cellar, nothing is added, but we guide the wine by studying and understanding its needs in order to preserve the personality and vitality of the origin. In the cellar, fermentation takes place in different containers such as old French oak, clay from amphorae and cement. The fermentations follow the course set by the indigenous yeasts of the vintage, we do not add sulphites or filter the wines. Our work is measured with love towards the origin, time and natural rhythms.
  • Aster

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    Torre de OñaAster is the achievement of the La Rioja Alta family's dream come true in La Ribera del Duero. Unique, exclusive wines, made in exceptional vintages and with the accent of the modern wines of the Ribera del Duero. A unique place that enjoys undoubted potential for winemaking capable of transmitting, as in the great castles, the unique characteristics of a privileged land: serenity, elegance, terroir and timelessness.
  • Àrid Vins

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    Àrid Vins At Àrid Vins we make fresh, authentic wines with personality. It all starts in the vineyards located almost 800 meters in the Penedès and more than 500 meters in the Priorat. The highest areas in both cases. We obtain wines with a high aromatic intensity and with a great freshness in the mouth, we manage to express the own identity of the elaborated varieties. Red Wines In the case of reds, the passage in wood is not long, we only seek to round the wine without covering the primary and secondary aromas, ending with an aging in the bottle of at least one year to finish refining it. White Wines For white, a light passage through lees serves to provide fat and structure in the mouth. We work with rosé with one of the noblest varieties, Pinot Noir, very well adapted to the upper Penedès area, being perfect for making fresh, aromatic rosé wines with low color intensity. Following our vision of preserving the environment, our Penedès wines are ecological and those of Priorat are in conversion.
  • AT Roca

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    AT Roca The AT Roca project was born in 2012 with the aim of achieving the maximum expression of the old vineyards of the Penedès. Our raison d’être, then, stems from a deep-rooted commitment to the territory and its people. We are farmers, winemakers and viticulturists but, above all, we are people who understand wine as the original language of the landscape. Philosophy In this search for new paradigms, we are committed to ecological viticulture that respects the diversity of the landscapes that make up the Penedès. That is why we are working on the recovery of the traditional varieties rooted in the territory with the complicity and synergies of the people who make it throb. At AT Roca we work with the conviction that the vine is part of a life cycle linked to the different elements of its environment. We seek harmony between plant and nature, treating the vineyard individually and respectfully with the principles of organic viticulture in order to make wines that, year after year, reflect the liquid history of its territory. Historically, through inheritance, it has been the vineyards that have been chosen by their winemakers; in our case, on the other hand, based on the experience and knowledge of the territory, we were the ones who chose the terroirs more unique and suitable for each variety. Beyond making wines that express all the character of the various landscapes of the Penedès, from our estate of Sant Sebastià dels Gorgs, the epicenter of the region, we work with the complicity of our winemakers in order to enhance our commitment to a viticulture closely linked to the territory and its landscape.
  • Ausàs

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    Ausàs Personal project of the prestigious oenologist Xavier Ausàs, who was for more than 20 years the technical manager of the prestigious Vega Sicília winery. Twenty-five years of work in internationally renowned wineries have allowed him to create this project. It has old vineyards of the best places of the Ribera del Duero, obtaining wines with continental character. His philosophy is to try to extract the best from each region, differentiating personalities and thus respecting the originality of the terroir. During his career, his wines have achieved a great recognition by both national and international critics. In 2007 he was named the best oenologist in Spain, consequently being one of the most recognized oenologists.
  • Belote Vinos de Cueva

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    Belote Vinos de Cueva The Belote Vinos de Cueva project begins in 2012with the help of Alberto Viejo. Our idea arose some time ago when we saw how our people were being transformed into another people. The houses began to be left empty and abandoned in a fertile land such as Terra de Campos, but in sometimes a forgotten land. We work with a non-interventionist philosophy. Inside a cave open with a pick and shovel, aimed at recovering the environment and maintaining the sap of a geographical area between the provinces of León, Zamora and Valladolid.
  • Bodegas Alvear

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    Bodegas AlvearThroughout its history, Bodegas Alvear has preserved its history family character while maintaining its roots. Today's Alvears are very numerous, more than 50 are now the owners, with some of the company's managers also from the family. Alvear distributes its brands throughout the national territory, with its main market being the Mediterranean area from Catalonia to Algeciras. The winery sells 40% of its production outside our borders to more than 25 different countries, including Great Britain, Holland, Japan, Canada and Australia. Alvear is one of the most prestigious and internationally recognized wineries in Andalusia. The winery has extensive vineyards located in the most famous areas of the Serra de Montilla i Moriles (Córdoba). Here is his strain the protagonist is Pedro Ximénez, a native of the Rhine, a grape that becomes the unique basis of his sweet, fine, fragrant and amontillado wines.
  • Bodegas Paco García

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    Bodegas Paco García After more than 6 years working at Bodegas Paco García (founded in 2001) Juan Bautista considers and wonders why the generational decline in wine consumption. Since then his only obsession has been to work hard in the cellar and in the field to find out which path he had to walk to achieve his goal: To find a wine that he likes and attracts, that lets his consumers enjoy, that he likes and that allows him to live his passion, the cultivation of their vineyards and the making of their wines. The idea was clear, we had to do something different, something differential, more modern, fruity and sweet wines on the palate, image more striking and, above all, very tasty for today’s youth. In other words that is, bringing wine closer to new generations and non-consumers; And that at the same time, those already introduced to the world of wine were allowed to enjoy this wine; with this clear idea, enjoy the world of wine.
  • Bodegas Remírez de Ganuza

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    Bodegas Remírez de Ganuza Founded in 1989. Bodegas Remírez de Ganuza born as a personal bet of its founder, Fernando Remírez de Ganuza. From the beginning, the idea has been the same: to make an exhaustive choice of the grapes and to intervene as little as possible in the winemaking process. Firstly, to be as faithful as possible to the vintage, and secondly, to the vineyard. Over the years, elements have been incorporated into the production and aging process. Therefore, they make Remírez de Ganuza a pioneering winery in the application of new techniques. Innovation from the beginning has been a constant, as year after year improvements are incorporated to raise the quality of wines. Elements such as the selection table, cold rooms or the use of new barrels for aging wines, may be common today in other prestigious international wineries , but they were not at the time they were applied. Other elements such as the bag used in the extraction of the Trasnocho or the machine to wash the grapes with their own must, are examples of the continuous innovation and research of the quality carried out in Remírez de Ganuza.
  • Bodegas y Viñedos Pradorey

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    Bodegas y Viñedos Pradorey Bodegas y Viñedos Pradorey is the most important historical estate of the Ribera del Duero. The lands on which it is based originally belonged to Isabel the Catholic, who gave them the name of the Real Sitio de Ventosilla. They then passed to Philip III, who enjoyed hunting in El Prado de Rey, and to Alfonso XIII, who declared it a model farm. In this course, he also seduced artists such as Rubens and Lope de Vega. But it was not until 1989 when Javier Cremades de Adaro bought the estate seeing its wine-growing potential. Therefore, he began to make quality wines in the eastern part of the Ribera del Duero. It seems to be one of the highest quality areas for its unique characteristics of altitude, terrain, climate and soil composition. The estate has 3000 hectares, 520 of which are vineyards, divided into 131 well-differentiated plots and divided into eight installments. Some of them with ecological certificate. Although the tradition took root in this land, since its origin Pradorey seeks the excellence of its wines and in this have played a key role the innovation and boldness of the owners, who were the first to make a wine of category Oak.
  • Ca Roman

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    Ca Roman Artisan ratafia made from the family recipe of Ca Roman for more than 50 years. Our ratafia is made from a family recipe with more than 50 years of tradition. The women of Ca Roman (Josepa, Josefina, Rosa and Rosita) have been making this product since the 1960s for family consumption. This fact is not unique to our family. In Rasquera, there are many houses where, for years, they have made their own ratafia. Every house has its recipe, and this is a secret. However, there are basically two types of recipes: short and long. At Ca Roman, we make ratafia based on the short recipe for twenty-two ingredients from the neighbor of Carrer Parral, Na Teresa Farnós (Ti Berta). In 2008, the family recipe came into our hands (the second generation, Carme and Glòria), who year after year - and with the help of their father - we have assimilated the elaboration taking into account the units of traditional measurement (a dusting, as you see, more or less….) After a few years of practice and always under the supervision of the most experienced women, we ventured into the adventure of undertaking and marketing the family ratafia that - until now - we only shared with friends and family.
  • Casar de Burbia

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    Casar de Burbia Casar de Burbia is a small family winery in the Bierzothat makes red and white wines from 100% own vineyard. The winery has vineyards in the mountains of Valtuille de Arriba, mostly old vineyards over 60 years. In the case of VIÑA SAPITA, it was planted at the beginning of the 20th century, in 1903 by D. José Bouza Potes. Its 27 hectares. of vineyards are crossed repeatedly by the Camino de Santiago where Godello and Mencia cultivate. This last variety, according to the legend, has origin in the Cabernet Franc. A French pilgrim brought the grapesto the Bierzo, and this evolved over time. Until today, what is known as Mencia, and in small traces is found for decades, mixed with the variety Grenache Tintorera. Possibly in the neighboring vineyards on the Camino de Santiago, there is the oldest Mencia del Bierzo.
  • Champagne Drappier

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    Champagne DrappierFormerly occupied by the Cistercian monks of Clairvaux, the headquarters of the house includes wonderful vaulted caves from the 12th century. Two hundred years of climatic and economic uncertainties have not altered the passion of a deep-rooted Champagne family in this land worked a thousand times. The old vine where the wonderful sap flows, the branches that bear the fruits and the young shoots, fragile but full of promise, thank them for their loyalty during these two centuries and wish them, on the way to the tercentenary, to enjoy the numerous 'thousands' of bonds. The Belle Haie, the Val Demoiselle, the Sendrée, so many pieces of landscape at the service of the Drappier cuvées. Classic vines such as Pinot Noir, Chardonnay or Meunier, unique vines such as Petit Meslier, Blanc Vrai or the rare Arbane, touches of color and flavors from our vineyard.
  • Companyia Vitícola Sileo

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    With the motivation to produce wines with an identity that are the reflection of a landscape, in 2013 Agustí Torelló with his son and his sister Lali founded the Sileo Wine Company in Cornudella de Montsant to make a dream come true that has matured for decades.
  • Cuñas Davia

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    Cuñas Davia Cuñas Davia is a small family project based in Cuñas, one of the most prestigious historical terroirs in the Avia Valley, in the center of the Ribeiro. Our grandfather acquired in 1957 a property consisting of four plots with just over 1.5 Hectars. of vineyard and a cellar. The origin of this construction dates back to the twelfth century, making it one of the oldest operating wineries in the whole peninsula. For many years, we have been acquiring small abandoned plots in our area, to join the four originals into one, about 7 ha. Always maintaining the vocation of colleiteiros, which is how it is known in Galicia as a producer. We make our wines 100% with grapes from our farm and exclusively from local varieties. Treixadura, albariño, godello and lado in whites. Mencía, Brancellao, caíño and Souson in reds. These are the main autochthonous varieties that give the different Cuñas Davia their marked personality, linked to the terroir from which they come.
  • De Andrés Sisters

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    De Andrés Sisters We are two sisters so different but so restless. We do all this ... We make unique products, singular elaborations, that transmit values and respect the earth. We researched, we searched, we traveled, we tried, we compared, we met and we talked. We talk to producers, to consumers, to buyers and sellers, to experienced people and newbies. And all this to create: to create products that excite. We are De Andrés Sisters! DO Rueda Rueda is located on the northern plateau, following the Duero River. Surrounded by the designations of origin of red wines, Rueda has its uniqueness thanks to white wines. In addition, thanks to a variety of native white grapes, the Verdejo. First, it is grown in very poor, calcareous soils with different percentages of clay. Second, it is necessary to take into account the continental climate, cold and dry winter and hot summer of hot nights make up the characteristics that give this grape. The soil is gypsum, loose and very stony, which favors drainage.
  • Emendis

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    Emendis "Emendis, the first woman to live in our Finca, is a source of inspiration. A name full of history that brings together the values of a job well done: tradition, modernity, elegance and that sixth sense that only women have ... " Salvador Vallès Rull. Founding Partner. This project is the particular homage we offer to the constancy and history of these cultivated lands, generation after generation, under the same concept: the work on the Finca. Since 1186, experience, tradition and, above all, the love for the land have managed to bear fruit in a very particular project. Reflecting this work carried out over several generations, the Vallès family, viticulturists of these lands for generations have made this Vins i Caves Emendis winery a reality. A tribute to the first woman who inhabited the estate. Behind each bottle, the experience and tradition of a nostalgic past are mixed with the innovation of a future full of excitement. Emendis is history, experience, mysticism, tradition and, above all, the future: a new way of understanding wines and cavas, from the vineyards to the stimulus of the senses when enjoying a drink.
  • Estones de Mishima

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    Estones de Mishima Synergy between the Barcelona rock band Mishimaand Estones Vins. From the friendship between Sergi Montalà and David Carabén arises the possibility of oenologically interpreting three of his songs. As a result, we obtain three wines from three different DOs. A red Montsant, a white Terra Alta and finally with the complicity of Salvi Moliner and Caves Oriol Rossell, a cava. Three wines that want to convey the musical sensitivity of the band made wine. Three wines that represent three ways of making three different DOs, and that want to show the virtues of the varieties, vinifications and territory where they are made.
  • Estones Vins

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    Estones Vins Estones Vins is a microvinification project that starts with fun between two friends. The project begins with Secret de Mas Sersal, which soon changed its name to Estones and ended up naming the winery itself. This wine was followed by other wines and more projects: Estones de Mishima, a collaboration with a Barcelona pop group where they shape some wines inspired by their songs. They found the quality vineyards they were looking for in the Montsant, on two estates: the Aiguasals estate, a plot of about 10ha of sloping land, in an area bordering the DOQ Priorat, planted with Grenache and Sirà vines in slate soil, especially in the upper part; and in the municipality ofEls Guiamets, a farm of less than one ha., with old vineyards of Carignan (more than 50 years). For elaboration, they were installed in Falset, a converted space in which today three wineries share equipment and services. In addition, they also have vineyards located in Batea, in the DO Terra Alta, a region where they make all white wines. Estones Vins seeks to offer balanced wines, in which fruit always predominates over wood; using first and second year French oak barrels from different forests. They are wines to always have on hand, fruity, expressive and pleasant.
  • Germán Blanco

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    Germán Blanco Germán Blanco is a viticulturist from Ribera del Duero. He is developing a project with which he is preparing to make wines from old tempranillo vineyards. Vineyards cultivated in a traditional way and with extreme respect for the environment that surrounds them, which transmit the place where they were born, the small town of Aguilera. Our artisan and village wines cling to the slightest interventionism, always being faithful representatives of the land where they were born. Consequently, we do not use pesticides, herbicides nor chemical fertilizers. We firmly believe that everything begins in the so we fight to keep them alive. All our wines are aged, we understand aging as a maturation guided in which the wood does not necessarily have to intervene.
  • Ginatge distillation

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    Ginatge micro landscape distillation Ginatge Distillation is the analysis of the flora and sensory research that guide the discovery of the Fonts del Llobregat. Ginatge is a methodology of new approach to the landscape based on the sense of taste and taste for gin. The distillation of the botanists of a specific environment generates a perceptual pattern that is combined with the great purity of the water of the place. The result is Ginatge, the first landscape gin. Hand-distilled gin in the traditional London Dry Gin style. Twelve botanical and aromatic plants are used in the production process. Once the flavored alcohol has been obtained, pure water from the Fonts del Llobregat is added. The result is an extremely soft and fresh gin with a good initial presence of juniper and light citrus notes.
  • Heretat Oller del Mas

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    Heretat Oller del Mas Heretat Oller del Mas located around the medieval castle, originally from the 10th century and completely restored between 1981 and 2008. The space breathes the captivating history of the Ollers: knights, nobles, nobles, religious and master craftsmen who have left their mark on the history of the country. A place where he passed, St. Ignatius of Loyola, in the sixteenth century on his pilgrimage to Jerusalem. Commitment and respect The Margenat family are the heir to this ancient history. They keep it with love and work with passion to unite it with the modernity of the new times. That is why, at Oller del Mas, we are committed to quality and excellent wines, made with the values that our ancestors have transmitted: family, respect for the environment and commitment to the territory. In Oller del Mas we are committed to organic production certified by the Catalan Council of Organic Agricultural Production (CCPAE). Oller del Mas, has the carbon footprint certificate, being the first winery in Catalonia and the third in the world in the lowest carbon emissions (0.7 grams per liter). Oller del Mashas been one of the first wines in Catalonia with the highest quality certification: Vi de Finca.
  • Lagar de Cervera

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    lagarIn the pursuit of excellence in white wines, La Rioja Alta, S.A., landed in 1988 in O Rosal (Pontevedra). There began the task of forming, with 77 ha, the largest vineyard owned by Albariño grapes in the Rías Baixas where, nestled in an impactful landscape, horses and wild cows graze freely. A particular microclimate that produces an advanced maturation that favors the quality of Lagar de Cervera and Pazo de Seoane Rosal wines, with a perfect ratio of acidity, alcohol content and aromatic intensity. Young, fresh and elegant whites, which are ideal with snacks, seafood or fish and have a legion of followers around the world. This winery opened new and modern facilities in 2013, in which it surprises a spectacular forest drawn on the fermentation tanks, something unique in the world, which captivates the visitor.
  • L'Hora del Vi

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    L'Hora del Vi L'Hora del Vi are wines selected and bottled by Monvins, where we look for wines that dignify everyday wine. White, rosé and red are easy wines, where we want to reflect the elegance of traditional varieties, the perfect simplicity of young wines and the wisdom of a wine area as unique as Terra Alta. Wines designed to be enjoyed daily, when it arrives L’HORA DEL VI.
  • Mas Blanch i Jové

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    Mas Blanch i Jové Mas Blanch i Jové is a family project the result of generations and generations of passionate farmers. Our godparents were passionate farmers. Their lifes was the land. They knew her, respected her and worked with love. They are the inspiration for this family project. This ancestral trajectory led us in 2006 to create a small family winery in La Pobla de Cérvoles (Lleida) where we make wines that inspire under the DO Costers del Segre, subzone Les Garrigues. We come from the earth and this is a maxim that we always keep in mind. We adore, respect and work on it in a thorough, constant way, with professionalism and love. Our 17 hectares of vineyards are located more than 700 meters above sea level. We practice organic mountain viticulture, which allows us to obtain personal and elegant wines free of herbicides and pesticides: great wines certified as organic since 2015 by the CCPAE.
  • Mas Llunes

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    Mas Llunes Mas Llunes is a Empordà winery located in the village of Garriguella, at the foot of the Serra de l’Albera, founded in 2000 by a family with a long tradition of winemakers. His philosophy is to make wines only from the grapes of the vineyards themselves. In our country we often say that extraordinary grapes come from extraordinary vineyards. In our country we often say that extraordinary grapes come from extraordinary vineyards. This is the main reason why we only make wines from our own vineyards, some of which are more than a hundred years old. When you have treasures like these there is no one better than yourself to take care of them. We work with local varieties such as Grenache and Carignan and pay close attention to our vineyards as the secret of our quality is to take care of the raw material. Prioritize the use of local varieties in the area in order to make wines with a strong Empordà character. We practice environmentally friendly viticulture and are currently in the process of converting to organic. We move forward into the future, without losing sight of our roots, because we wish that if our ancestors could see us they would feel proud.
  • Noelia Bebelia

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    Noelia BebeliaWe introduce ourselves, we are Simón and Noelia, winegrowers, partners, husband and wife. It all started when years ago we set ourselves a challenge: to produce an albariño that would return Soutomaior to consideration and fame which have always had their Albariños. We plant 6,000 vines on a farm of 3 ha. on the mountainous side of the Verdugo River. We made a great effort to design a "perfect" plantation, which exalted the characteristics of the Soutomaior sub-zone. We decided that all our wines would be made solely with grapes grown by ourselves on this plot. Only in this way could we guarantee authenticity in the transmission of the characteristics of the terroir transfer to the wine. The accolades and recognition we are getting keep us motivated to achieve the dream that pushed us in the beginning.
  • Nunci Mas de les Pereres

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    Nunci Mas de les Pereres Dirk Hoet after six years of prospecting through the best wine areas in Italy, France and Spain, it is established in the Priorat in 1999. The Nunci Priorat project was born, buying the Mas de les Pereres winery and its lands. All this, in order to bring his passion to the real world and make his nuncio wines. Philosophy This man is characterized by his scientific background, his keen sense of research, and his almost manic pursuit of perfection. As a curiosity, he signs his wines as "the most sophisticated form of cooking." Like any good chef, he decides according to his personality, how and when to plant the vines. As well as how to drive the plant, deciding the times and how to do the harvest, choosing the type of vinification to follow and directing the method of aging its young broths. Finally, it fuses micro and macro vinifications and thus achieves its personal and Mediterranean wines. In these wines, it emphasizes elegance, highlights the varieties used and maintains a respect and expression for the Priorat terroir. Dirk Hoet’s winemaking work is inspired by his tutor, friend and winemaker Fiammetta Inga, Umbria, Italy, as well as his winemaker Jean Natoli from Montpellier, France.
  • Rioja Alta

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    torre de ona bodegaOn July 10, 1890, five Basque and La Rioja viticulturists illuminated, in what is known as the Haro Station neighborhood, the "Rioja Alta Wine Society". Thus began an exciting business adventure in which those founders had as their sole enthusiasm the production and aging of high quality wines. For this purpose they hired the French oenologist Alfonso Vigier, who took over the technical direction. In 1941 the company acquired its definitive name: La Rioja Alta, S.A. A year later, the most renowned brand of this house was registered: "Viña Ardanza". Since then, La Rioja Alta has always defended the creative spirit of the entrepreneurs who started the history of this winery. The wines of La Rioja Alta are made in two complementary wineries. One is in the Haro Station neighborhood. It is a century-old winery whose walls keep all the tradition of La Rioja winemakers; an ideal place for rest and parenting. The other winery is located in Labastida and is modern and perfect to ensure a perfect fermentation process. The company manages farms with a total area of ​​473 hectares, of which 360 correspond to vineyards mostly located in the best payments of the subregion of La Rioja Alta. The vineyards are planted mainly in several calcareous soils of the Rioja Alta: Rodezno, Labastida, Briones, etc ... But in order to have the Grenache variety, the company also has 63 hectares in the municipality of Tudelilla, (Rioja Baixa). The average production of the vineyards is 5,000 kilograms per hectare (34.4 hl / ha), slightly lower than that authorized by the D.O.Ca. Rioja (45.5 hl / ha), which only increases the quality of its grapes. 80% of these vineyards are planted on trellis and the remaining 20% ​​in glass. Tempranillo dominates the plantations, but in recent years Graciano has also been cultivated, with which it is hoped to give a special personality to the wines. Of course, Grenache is still used to make Viña Ardanza with the usual claw and elegance. This production is joined by old suppliers, magnificent viticulturists who provide the quality of the fruit required by the wines of this house. In 2015, La Rioja Alta, S.A. celebrated its 125th harvest. On the occasion of this anniversary, the house undertook improvements to the facilities with the incorporation of two lines of access of the grapes to the winery, new optical selection tables and a laboratory of R + State-of-the-art D + i. The investment was completed with the acquisition of 62 new hectares of vineyards for an average of 23 years in the town of La Rioja de Cenicero.
  • Torralbenc

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    TorralbencTorralbenc was born from a challenge, to resume the heritage of others, rebuild it and recover it. Rehabilitate a traditional Menorcan farm, and return life to an abandoned land, restore its essence. Bringing life back to land that had not been cultivated in 30 years was quite a challenge, especially the process of digging the Menorcan limestone soil, which is hard and very difficult to plant. But the enthusiasm for working an unknown land and the respect we feel for the heritage and the environment, made us want to continue learning and perfecting the technique, until converting these lands into a viable and productive vine. Today, after several planting phases, the estate has 16 hectares of vines with ten grape varieties -Merlot, Syrah, Monastrell, Parellada, Sauvignon blanc, Viognier, Chardonnay, Malvesia, Manto Negro and Pinot Noir- that we invite you to discover.
  • Tesalía

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    Tesalía Tesalía is a project by Richard Golding and his daughter Natalia (Master of Oenology and Viticulture). They fell in love with a virgin land in southern Spain and decided to make their dream come true, captivated by its beauty and potential. The project, located in the foothills of the Sierra de Grazalema (Cádiz) and very close to the town of Arcos de la Frontera, was born in 2008 and after years of hard work, and patient waiting is able to measure with the best red wines worldwide. Conditions aided by the careful location of the vineyard on north-facing slopes, with plant-leading structures designed to provide ventilation and provide shade. With an average temperature of 17.3ºc, the rain falls mainly in winter, between 600 and 700 mm. These special characteristics create ideal ripening conditions for long-cycle varieties. It is located in the surroundings of the emblematic city of Arcs de la Frontera and the mountains of Grazalema. Tesalía has 22 hectares for the vineyard. clay soils lying on a gypsum subsoil. Unfertile soils, but ideal for the varieties grown: Petit Verdot, Tintilla de Rota, Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon. Influenced by two seas the Mediterranean and the Atlantic.
  • Torre de Oña

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    Torre de OñaIts vineyards, located at an altitude of 630 meters (almost at the limit for the cultivation of the vine in this area) are guarded by the Sierra de Cantabria. This one, acts of protective barrier stopping the wind and the cold coming from the north. The vineyards owned by Torre d'Oña are divided into three zones according to the characteristics of the soils of each. All of them are located adjacent to each other, between the towns of Páganos and Laguardia, and have an area of ​​about 44 hectares. In the first zone, composed of a slope of gentle erosion and of low content in organic matter and little fertile earth, stand out the varieties Tempranillo and Mazuelo. In the second, the lands with a fine silty texture, high carbonate content and Tempranillo as the predominant variety stand out. Finally, the smallest extension is dedicated exclusively to the production of its Finca San Martín wine, and is also planted with Tempranillo. The cellar The winery is located in a small and beautiful architectural ensemble. Integrated by the cellar, the manor house and, a little further away, the hermitage of Santiago. Torre de Oña has a well-kept facility with Julio Sáenz at the head of the technical team. Highlights include the experimental building, where the winemaker himself carries out various tests and trials. From the 2016 vintage, the winery modernized the facilities in order to improve the quality of the wines. One of the most unique innovations is the optical selection of grapes instead of manual selection. Therefore, a team of oenologists sets the desired quality parameters. The system selects only those that meet the established standards. A new transport system has also been incorporated through small tanks hung from cranes that manage to eliminate the stepping and pumping phase, thus ensuring that the grapes enter the winery as whole as possible.