Pure riverbank

Castrillo de la Vega, the starting point for our story, lies in the heart of the Ribera district, near Aranda de Duero. This is where we have learned to live, share our experience and enjoy our great passion, wine.

Revised tradition

Our winery, with 400 hectares of vineyards, has maintained its bond with Castrillo de la Vega. It has undergone several changes in the course of its history to increase the production capacity and the number of barrels. We have managed to adapt to new times and implement new technologies without losing the essence of our tradition.

Varietal

The backdrop for our winemaking is a vineyard landscape planted with the Tinta Fina varietal, also known as Tempranillo, on a number of blocks with silty-loam, pebbly and limestone soils, all of them poor in organic matter.

Our goal.. the excellence

The San Roque de la Encina winery in Castrillo de la Vega grows the characteristic Ribera del Duero varietal, Tinto Fino or Tempranillo. Our range of wines includes Young, Young oak, Oak-aged, Reserve, Select Vintage and Rosé. All our grapes are hand-picked from selected vines, then fermented at a controlled temperature and aged in American and French oak barrels to produce delicate, natural, select wines.

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