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Full Range:Familia Fernandez Rivera

Condado de Haza showcases their terroir-focused approach from a different subzone of Ribera del Duero, while El Vinculo is an exciting premium La Mancha project based on old vines, and Dehesa La Granja offers an approachable, organic red made in ancient limestone cellars.

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From Ribera del DueroTinto Pesquera

Fifty years ago, Alejandro Fernández and his wife Esperanza Rivera bought a 16th-century winery in  Pesquera de Duero and made a commitment to reviving Ribera del Duero's ancient winemaking tradition. Together they produced Tinto Pesquera, a now-iconic winery described as “the ‘Spanish Pétrus” by critic Robert Parker, and were instrumental in establishing these wines on the world stage. Made in a traditional style, these wines remain the standard by which all other Ribera del Duero are measured.

From Ribera del DueroCondado de Haza

Founded by the Fernández Rivera family in the early 1990s, the chateau-concept Condado de Haza offers a fascinating exploration of the terroir of Ribera del Duero. The vineyards are huddled close to the winery, which was dug directly into a hillside in a cooler northern part of the the appellation, in the Burgos province. Produced in exactly the same way as the wines of Pesquera, the vineayrds here provide a fuller,  of the appelation with more rain, the vineyards here produce a more taut, structured style of tempranillo.
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From La ManchaEl Vinculo

El Vinculo started as a challenge - to produce high-quality wine in La Mancha, an area of central Spain with no reputation for fine wine. It is no surprise that the Fernández Rivera family, creators of Pesquera, succeeded. Located in Campo de Criptana, a town whose windmills were made famous in Don Quixote, the wines are created from old vines rescued by the family. This is the only winery in the group to produce a white wine, an entirely unique oak-aged Airen that will thrill those looking to explore. 


From ZamoraDehesa la Granja

Located in Zamora in western Spain, this 18th Century winery was taken over and renovated by the Fernández Rivera family in 1998. Here, all of the family's expertise with Tempranillo is captured in the cellars dug directly into the limestone rock, producing a rich, luscious, organic red - probably one of the best value wines in Spain.

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