Showing 5 Producers
Alegre Valgañón

Alegre Valgañón

Since 2014, the husband-wife team of Oscar Alegre and Eva Valgañón have embraced this even more ancient tradition. By working strictly with tiny lots, they are turning out head-spinning reds and whites that capture the best of their beloved land’s 1,000+ year history. And, their wines informed by this ancestral wisdom, are offering something unique in today’s Rioja landscape.
CUNE

CUNE

While originally a negociant, the Real de Asúa brothers soon began acquiring vineyards, recognizing that controlling production from vine to bottle was the path to high quality. And they quickly demonstrated their success, winning numerous medals at the major European exhibitions taking place at that time.
López de Heredia

López de Heredia

For over 135 years, López de Heredia has made some of Rioja’s finest and most distinctive wines from the Tondonia and Bosconia vineyards. Staunch traditionalists, they are today’s flag bearers for classic Rioja.
Hermanos Peciña

Hermanos Peciña

Pedro Peciña is preserving Rioja’s great traditions through his championing of classic vineyards and extended wood aging. Along with a few other surviving traditionalists, he gives hope that this singular winemaking school will endure.
Bodegas Riojanas

Bodegas Riojanas

One of the grand old names of Rioja, Riojanas has produced heroic wines since its founding in 1890. Until Felipe Nalda’s retirement in 2013, Riojanas’ winemaker had been with the bodega for 49 years (since the great 1964 vintage). Under Felipe’s guiding hand, it remained one of the few remaining houses committed to the traditional methods that gave us one of the world's most distinctive and long-lived styles of wine.

Spain

CUNE (Rioja)
Peciña (Rioja)
Riojanas (Rioja)

Please Wait
Adding to Cart.

...Loading...

Wine barrels in a cellar

Which site would you like to visit?