The wine with designation of origin Ribera Del Duero is native to the eastern part of the provinces of Segovia, Valladolid, Soria and Burgos. The climatic conditions of the area have a great influence on the vineyards that produce these wines, whose character will be forged with the imprint of the climate and characteristics of the land.

Ribera del Duero

Being a geographical area of contrasted temperatures, that is, hard winters and hot summers, Ribera del Duero wines have a shorter maturation. As a result, this wine has a powerful, corporeal flavor, with fruity aromas that enhance it.

Young red, red wine, red reserve and large reserve, as well as the rosé, the Ribera del Duero is made with at least 75% Tempranillo grapes, which can be accompanied by Cabernet-Sauvignon, Merlot and Malbec.

Some of these wines are really exceptional and have a high value in the Parker and Peñín guides, so buying Ribera del Duero wine is always an option full of possibilities.


Pago de los Capellanes is among the Ribera de Duero wines recommended: specifically the Reserva 2015 is a red that is characterized by its balance, finesse and elegance. Sweet and cheerful, it is a wine with a complex aroma in which ripe fruit, spices and woody notes are perceived. The Pago de los Capellanes crianza 2016 is another classic Ribera del Duero that never disappoints, racial, elegant and exquisite bouquet. Peñín, Parker and Bacchus de Oro scores also distinguish him.

Ribera del Duero

The Pesquera Reserva 2015 is another red Ribera that is characterized by being very easy to drink, silky, round and velvety. Intensely fruity on the nose, very colored, powerful and daring, it is made from whole fruits and rested in a wise combination of Spanish, French and American oak barrels.

PSI 2016, from Dominio de Pingus, is a light and fruity Ribera del Duero red wine, with a novel style, fine and balsamic on the nose. Fluid and elegant on the palate, it represents a different line to follow for Dominio Pingus winery. Paker and Peñín scores and prizes also abalan, and it is a perfect wine to give as a gift.


Cheap Ribera del Duero wines that play a good role are: an example could be the Cune Ribera del Duero 2017, 100% Tempranillo red with an intense fruity aroma, soft on the palate and pleasant tannin. 

Another purely Tempranillo red is the Bela Ribera del Duero 2017, with aromas of red and black fruits, and the characteristics of lightness that characterize wines made from this type of grape.

The Vega Real Roble 2017 is a red wine of 3 months of aging 100% Tempranillo that stands out for its vividness, softness and freshness, with aroma of nuts. Awarded with two Oros and two Bronzes in various international competitions, it is another example of affordable wine that is perfectly up to par.

 Another awarded, intense, fresh and very fruity, is Portia Roble 2016, considered one of the revelations among the Rivera and elected the 2nd Best red wine in Spain, “Nose of Gold”.

 Fortunately, the variety of Ribera del Duero wines offers a wide range of possibilities to enjoy good wines, and for all budgets.

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