• 912 de altitud
    Viejo Mundo
    Veganzones Winery
  • Clay Soil
    Sandy Soil
    912 de altitud
    Wines with Denomination of Origin
    Ribera del Duero
    Rueda
    Veganzones Winery
  • Limestone Soil
    912 de altitud
    912 de altitud
    Limestone soil, a unique wine
    Veganzone's vineyard

Bodegas Veganzones produces wines DenominaciĆ³n de Origen Ribera del Duero and D.O. Rueda in its winery located in Fompedraza, a village very close to PeƱafiel (Valladolid), the birthplace of the Ribera del Duero.
In our winery we produce our Ribera del Duero red wines, which are the result of the vintage and the manual selection of the best grapes from traditional viticulture and the use in the winery of the most innovative technology for the production of our brands Ribera del Duero 912 de altitud and Viejo Mundo. The result is quality wines, recognized in the international market thanks to the awards obtained at the Brussels World Contest, The Decanter and Decanter Asia Awards and the Envero Awards for wines D.O. Ribera del Duero.

News

organic wine
organic wine

The European Commission has published a report indicating the prospects of the agricultural sector until 2030 in Europe, where it is indicated that agriculture will continue to play an important role in the economy during this period.

As far as wine is concerned, the production, as is logical, will depend on the climatic conditions, controlling 80% of the production between Italy, France and Spain, with stabilization in the production figures.

15 January 2019 | Source: European Commision Read more

In the search for new technologies and products that help preserve food for longer, but without altering the organoleptic characteristics of food, a group of Valencian scientists creates a natural system to conserve wine and so be able to get to moderate or even eliminate the use of sulfites in wine.

It is a system based on the use of plants oil, (such as thyme or cinnamon), with antimicrobial capabilities. The researches try to achieve that essential oils can be used as antimicrobial agents, without altering the smell or taste of the food. The oils will go on materials allowed in food, such as silica and cellulose microparticles and cellulose membranes, so that the antimicrobials cannot pass into the food and, therefore, the smell cannot be perceived by the consumer.

27 December 2018 | Source: Vinetur Read more
wine without sulphites
wine without sulphites

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