Sarmentero is placed in a castilian house backyard in the tiny town of Quintanilla de Arriba, Valladolid. The property was acquired in 1942. Until that year, the house was part of the three miller houses of the town. From 1942 the house was dedicated to the production of tiles, cattle breeding and wheat and barley growing together with wine production for personal use. Generations of vine growers gave us the knowledge and discipline, love and passion our wine should have to show its best nuances.
At Bohórquez, the vintage, the climate, and the time we invest taking care of the grapes and aging our wines are what make us unique. Our two wines are made of the finest Tempranillo, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot grapes from our prime vineyards. Located on the Pesquera Plateau, at an altitude of 900 metres above sea level, the famed Valderramiro slope is home to the vines of Bohórquez. Limestone soils, cooling breezes and cool nights give us grapes and wine of exceptional quality.
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.
The Briones and Baniandrés surnames are synonymous with a long-standing, vine-growing and winemaking tradition, now in its fourth generation. As children our forebears taught us to love the vineyards, witnessing as we did the stages of growth of the grapes and the care to which they were subject, as well as appreciating the fine taste of the must, the first product in the wine-making process.
Bodegas Carrasvilla first entered the world of fine wines in 2010. Located in the heart of the Ribera del Duero in the municipality of Peñafiel, this winery was founded upon the strict principle of low-volume production (50,000 bottles in full production) to ensure the highest quality.
Bodegas Cepa 21 is one of the most renowned wineries in Ribera del Duero. The Moro family, along with some of its closest friends, was the founder of this great winery, which manages to unite the traditional and the avant-garde in a dual commitment to quality wine and wine tourism. The name of the winery and its wine, expresses the nexus between the traditional (cepa=vine) and the modern (21st century). Cepa 21 wines are aimed at a knowledgeable consumer, open to discovering new organaleptic sensations.
Founded in 1994, Cillar de Silos' origin began with Amalio Aragón with his children. The winery's history dates back to 1970 when his father acquired small plots to neighboring winegrowers, hoping to someday produce a wine of Quintana de Pidio. When he decided to create his own winery, the name Cillar Silos was chosen to honor of the monk who was in charge of the commissariat historically in the Monasterio de Silos.
Cinema Wines originated in 2010 from an idea shared by a group of friends devoted to the seventh art and wine who wanted to merge these two worlds together. Behind Cinema is a group of men and women from worlds as diverse as that of science, banking, law, nutrition, education, gastronomy, wine, film and theater.
Bodegas Comenge started in 1999, the year in which Jaime Comenge, the founder, seduced by the beauty of the valley, decided to settle in Curiel de Duero. The name of the winery is in honor of his father, D. Miguel Comenge, author of the influential text book “La Vid y los Vinos Españoles”, published in 1942. This book is a reference book used in universities. The winery is located in Valle del Cuco, between rivers, vineyards and castles. It was established here in order to enjoy a unique environment, away from the noise and haste, to savor the nuances of the horizon; a place to pamper a wine in detail and for all those seeking delve into the culture of wine from the Ribera del Duero, enjoying an unrivaled balcony over the river Duero and its vineyards.