Vineyard & Winery
The passion for the Martínez Bujanda Family wine came in the second half of the last decade in the Rueda Designation of Origin (Valladolid, Castilla y León), then an emerging Spanish wine-growing area specializing in the production of quality targets with the personality of A variety of native grapes, the Verdejo.
Finca Montepedroso has an area of 25 hectares dedicated to monoculture of Verdejo, with an age of plantation that ranges from 7 to 31 years. Located on a plateau at 750 meters altitude, the farm has three types of soil characteristic of a region located in the central sector of the depression that forms the Duero River: the alluvial soil (stone ridges) that crowns the plateau and assumes the largest payment area (70%); a clay soil in a ravine, with a slope of 10% where the oldest vineyards (31 years old) thrive; and a soil with a lot of silt and clay sediments, also in ravine and with slopes of up to 20%.
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Enjoy a unique environment accompanied by good company and exquisite wine.