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SINCE 1988

The Winery

Martín Berdugo is located in the city of Aranda de Duero, in the province of Burgos. During the early years of the vineyard’s growth, grapes were sold to other wineries. It quickly became clear that the vineyard was capable of concentrating flavors and aromas in its grapes. And thus, the approach turned to harnessing this potential and producing special and identifiable wines.

Anticipating a time when the vineyard’s fruit would become exceptional, a modern winery was built among the vines in 2000. It was designed to use gravity to move grapes to fermentation tanks. This is the gentlest and least intrusive method, and it protects the quality of the fruit.

The Vineyard

The south-facing, single estate vineyard sits high above the river Duero, on a ledge 800 meters (2,625 feet) above sea level. The terrain is a mixture of alluvial soils: gravel, silt and light clay, offering our vines a wealth of minerals to grow in. An average age of 30 years gives our vines the maturity necessary to make increasingly characterful, intense, and flavorful wines.

The first new vines were planted in 1988, initiating the current phase of modern winemaking with a plot of 35 hectares (86 acres). Martín Berdugo produces ranges of wines that convey the essence of its vineyard, history, family and natural environment.


Selected Bottles

Martin Berdugo Crianza

Martín Berdugo Crianza is made with 100% tempranillo variety, with a roundness and balance of its fruit, soft tannins, and fresh acidity.  Its aroma of soft red berries and summer fruit is corroborated precisely in the mouth, leading to a clean, lingering aftertaste. 

The wine is aged for 12 months in new American and French oak barrels.