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Bodegas Moraza


Bodegas Moraza traces back six generations in San Vicente de la Sonsierra where Tempranillo and Garnacha grew brilliantly in the clay-limestone soil. From the beginning, a respect for the land and environment was an important part of the philosophy that built Moraza.


Moraza avoids herbicides, pesticides and synthetic chemical fertilizers to ensure a minimum environmental impact. In this way, the wine has distinct personality and expresses the land, climate and tradition that defines the winery.

Can Sumoi


Can Sumoi dates back to 1645. It has a main winery and three farmhouses dating back to the end of the 17th century where wine used to be made; a house for the tenant farmers; a poultry yard; 20 hectares of vineyard planted with Parellada and Sumoll and 380 hectares of woodland.


Here in this place, which Pepe Raventós has been searching for for years, a new era for the family begins. Pepe goes back to his origins to continue his work that will last generations. And he manages to lead a project that respects the environment, natural vinifications and biodynamics.


Carlos Rodriguez, ABA Solleira

"We are Carlos and Emilia, a couple of winemakers who have set out to create our own winery, an adventure that involves our entire family and which we hope to enjoy together. Emi’s family is from Ourense, from the area of the Ribeira Sacra. A magical territory, full of history and spectacular landscapes, with a very authentic gastronomy of local products and wines whose historical roots are lost in memory. 


We are agronomists and winemakers who with passion and respect try to make a wonderful wine in a wonderful territory."


Casa Monte Pío


Established in 1979, Casa Monte Pío is a Rías Baixas family winery located in Ribadumia. Pablo Martínez became the newest oenologist in 2014.


At Casa Monte Pío, each harvest is treated with meticulous care to produce the best grapes possible. Every vine is an individual in itself and the earth is a living being. This means that each bottle of wine contains the mystery of the land and its unique grapes; an inimitable light and aroma; an incomparable tradition.



"Our winemaking philosophy is to use sustainable farming methods to ensure that the wine is made with utmost respect to the environment while leveraging modern-day technology and expertise.

This concept continues throughout the winery and through the production of the wines.


Viticulture practices with strict regulations and a passion for winemaking have led Eccoci Wine to become the first Spanish winery to be Carbon Zero certified.  The result is a collection of high quality artisan wines that are terroir-driven, with a sense of place."


Esteve i Gibert

Esteve i Gibert Viticultors, like many others in the Penedès is a story of generations of growing grapes of families engaged in grape production.

In 2009, Josep Esteve proposed to his daughter, Laura, and his son, the young winemaker Albert Lopez came back to do the most and the smallest winery in the D.O. was born. Thus, we find a winery that is based on respect, passion for nature, know-how and tradition... 



Bodegas Godeval produces its wines today with the same effort and commitment with which they began, 30 years ago, to recover the white Godello variety, under the designation of origin Valdeorras. 


In its facilities, located in the historic environment of Xagoaza (O Barco), they began their project to recover the variety in the 1980s, using part of the medieval building of the Mosteiro de Xagoaza as a winery and the plantation of their own vineyards, to control everything the process and follow the maxim that “wine is made in the vineyard”.


Mas Martinet

Mas Martinet is located in the Catalonian wine district of Priorat where their vineyards are brilliantly situated behind a steep wall of cliffs that rise above the Mediterranean coast one hundred miles south of Barcelona.


Mas Martinet’s unique dark brown and purple slate soil and dark green leaves help produce fantastically unique wines with complex harmony and balance.



Mauro Estévez

Mr. José Estévez Álvarez began in 1940 to make his own wines with the best grapes from his vineyards. Little by little, his son Pepe began to suggest to his father the need to advance in the methods and forms of production as well as the bottling and labeling of his wine so that he could market it afterwards in a correct way and record the great quality of a wine. Ribeiro. Today, Pepe, along with his son Mauro, continue this work.

The small winery is based on tradition. They have 2.5 hectares of vineyard.



Raventós i Blanc

At Raventós i Blanc, the philosophy in the vineyard is one of maximum care for the balance of each plot and an obsession to understand the balance in order to promote the finest expression of each.


Raventós i Blanc chose to leave Cava DO in 2012 in pursuit of a more focused terroir and quality program they call Conca del Riu Anoia. At Raventós, the winegrowers demonstrate 100% dedication to biodynamic agriculture and the result has been some of the finest sparkling wines of the world.



Venus la Universal

As often happens in these cases, this adventure started with a love story…

There are many important moments in a person’s life and some that are “life changing” which are kept for posterity, written down and summarized.

This “Life changing moment “came in the guise of wine, family, a way of life, of constant searching, demonstrating… became Venus.



Viña Costeira

The wines of Viña Costeira are framed in the denomination of origin of Galicia 's oldest and probably one of the oldest in Europe.

Vineyards are scattered in a valley formed by the Miño rivers and their tributaries Avia and Arnoia, a privileged situation that favors the cultivation of vines, given its ideal weather conditions.

The soils, of granitic origin and facing south, are arranged in "costeiras", the name that historically was given to the best slopes exposed to the sun, where the best grapes are grown.

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