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The Winery

Pradorey is located in the ROYAL SITE OF VENTOSILLA, a large three-thousand-hectare estate bought by Isabella the Catholic Monarch in 1503. A place laden with beauty and history, barely an hour and a half from Madrid.

The 520 hectares of vineyard are the largest wine producing area in the Ribera del Duero D.O., with several grape varietals: 90% Tempranillo, 7% Cabernet Sauvignon and 3% Merlot. The estate is divided into 7 different vineyard sites of various sizes, from 25 to 110 hectares, organized in the following territories: Hoyo Dornajo, La Mina, Prado del Rey, El Pino, Los Robles, Valdelayegua and Salg├╝ero.

The Vineyards

Pradorey wines are made exclusively with their own grapes taken from their own vineyards pictured on the map shown.

Using winemaking technics that have stood for centuries. Pradorey is a pioneer in Ribera del Duero winemaking, using centuries old earthenware jars and fermenting with native yeasts. The result is natural, fresh and thoughtfully made wines that fully reflect the character of the land.




Selected Bottles

Pradorey Origen

Pradorey Origen is a blend of Tempranillo, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot that has undergone different iterations over the past two decades, with its first vintage in 1997. It is characterized by a purple red with a bluish rim color, and has fresh notes of blackberries and cherries, and balsamic notes of vanilla.

Origen is aged for 2 months in European oak barrels and 1 month in an amphora.

Pradorey Crianza – Finca Valdelayegua

This Crianza is made using the best grapes in Pago Valdelayegua, a vineyard that contributes unique qualities to the wine. Planted at an average height of 815 meters (2673 ft) above sea level, it produces grapes of great color and structure, due in part to a high proportion of clay-limestone soil.

Finca Valdelayegua is aged for 12 months in French oak barrels and 3 months in Nevers oak vats.

Pradorey Blanco

Pradorey Blanco is an exciting white wine project in Ribera, and made with a variety of grapes from the Castilla y Leon region. It is characterized with an intense yellow color, with moderate and balanced acidity. The taste has lots of persistence with hints of ripe stone fruit and wood.

Blanco is aged in stone deposits for 5 months followed by an additional 5 months in American and French oak barrels.