What started out with just a dozen wineries back in the day is now a world-famous DO with 307 winemakers and almost 9000 vine growers. It’s a leader internationally, with a presence in over 100 countries, and it exports 18.2% of its production. It has a growing share of the national market and is swift and adept at adapting to changing market trends.
Said Enrique Pascual, president of the regulatory council, “We’re very proud and satisfied with our journey, and the example of our founders gives us the energy to build an even brighter future. They fought hard, worked hard, and dedicated time and effort to make this possible.”
Today, Ribera del Duero DO is an example of sustainability and of a commitment to culture, heritage, nature, and consumers.