• Hispanobodegas Winery Group renews its BRC Global Standard and IFS Food achieving the highest level

    Winery Group has renewed its BRC Global Standard for Food Safety and IFS International Food Standard Certifications, which ratify compliance with legal requirements and food safety in the production and marketing of its wines and ensuring the highest level of protection for its wines, customers and consumers. This accreditation guarantees that quality prevails throughout the wineries: GarciGrande (Rueda), Valdelacierva (Rioja) and Viñedos&Bodegas Gormaz (Ribera del Duero) at the highest levels established by international best practice.

    The award represents recognition once again for the wines of the Hispanobodegas wine group, a group of wineries that has succeeded in evolving and moving with the times, adapting to the demands of the moment and achieving quality objectives, year after year.

  • Drinked by vegans

    From Soria your newspaper
    Sorian wines from Gormaz wineries and vineyards

    Vineyards and Bodegas Gormaz the winery of Ribera del Duero of the Group Hispanobodegas present their wines as ideal foods for the consumption of the vegans. Can Vegans Drink Wine? To know the answer first you have to know more about them.

    * The name “vegano” comes from the anglisian “vegan” created from the “veganian”

    * November 1 is the World Vegan Day

    * In their diet, vegans are strictly vegetarian and completely exclude any animal products.

    * Regarding their clothing, they totally reject their clothing or footwear made from fabrics of animal origin.

    * Avoid any product tested on animals, not on animal experiments.

    * They reject the shows in which animals are used as entertainment .

    * Do not confuse veganism with environmentalism. They are two different movements. Veganism is concerned with each individual animal and its interests, while environmentalism is concerned with the conservation of species in general (both animal and vegetable)

    * Wines, like other foods, at some point in their preparation use gelatins or products of animal origin, for example, for the grapefruit. The wines of hispanobodegas D.O.5 and concretely of wineries and vineyards Gormaz (Ribera del duero) are apt to be drunk by the vegans and do not use in their process of elaboration and wine raising no product of animal origin.

     

  • The highest quality of Hispanobodegas wines

    The Hispanobodegas Winery Group has renewed its  BRC   Global   Standard  for  Food  Safety  and   IFS   International   Food Standard Certifications, which ratify compliance with legal requirements and food safety in the production and marketing of its wines and ensuring the highest level of protection for its wines, customers  and consumers.   This accreditation guarantees that quality prevails throughout the   wineries:  GarciGrande (Rueda), Valdelacierva (Rioja) and Viñedos&Bodegas Gormaz (Ribera del Duero) at the highest levels established by international best practice.

    The   award   represents   recognition   once   again   for   the   wines   of  the Hispanobodegas wine group, a group of wineries that has succeeded in evolving and moving with the times, adapting to the demands of the moment and achieving quality objectives, year after year.

  • There is a legend: 12 Linajes history

    12 linajes vino Denominación origen Ribera del Duero

    12 Linajes – Ribera del Duero – History

     

    There is a legend from many centuries ago.  A legend that took place in the days of brave knights, beautiful ladies, impregnables castle and the great battles of old Europe wich tells of a once great king, for some the perfect king who was fair inboth peace and war.

    See the video to discover all the history of 12 Linajes’s Ribera del Duero wines.

  • GarciGrande 2016 great Rueda’s wine

    This weekend in San Sebastian Akelarre’s restaurant has organized a wine tasting of the D.O.Rueda appelation where our wine GarciGrande 2016 has been selected as wine of height. As for the wine and the winery, the article said: “Walk through the vineyards of La Seca and find those gravels in an impossible land where these wines come with such personality. From there comes the Señorío de Garcigrande 2016, la verdejo and the wine is deep, and it maintains the freshness. “In addition, the winery makes a selection of the grapes that come in. This is how vegetable aromas, dried herbs, peaches and anise are produced by fennel. As for its tasting: “Bright yellow with green hues. Intense fruit  aromas, prevailing peach and apricot. Spicy hints green herbs and aniseed. Pleasant and subtle entry. Round and well balanced, smooth and persistent. Very elegant.”

  • #Hispanobodegas around the world

    The preferences of our Madrid’s Team are…. Rioja, Ribera del Duero, Rueda.

    Discover it in this video.

    Vídeo vinos favoritos de Hispanobodegas

    portada video vinos favoritos de rioja, ribera del duero o rueda del equipo de hispanobodegas madrid

     

  • Can Vegans Drink Wine?

    To know the answer first of all you need to know more of them:

    • The name ‘vegan’ comes from ‘vegan’ Anglicism created from ‘veganian’.
    • November 1 is “World Vegan Day”.
    • In their diet, vegans are strictly vegetarian and completely exclude any animal products.
    • Vegans not might use animal products in clothing (as leather, wool, and silk), toiletries and similar.
    • Avoid any product tested on animals: not on animal experiments.
    • They reject shows where animals are used.
    • Do not confuse veganism with environmentalism. The main difference between a vegan and vegetarian is that Veganism deals with each individual animal and its interests, while environmentalism is concerned with the conservation of species in general (both animal and plant).
    • Wines, as same as other foods, use gelatins or products of animal origin, for example, for grapefruit juice. The Hispanobodegas’s wines and concretely of Bodegas Valdelacierva (Rioja) and Bodegas and Viñedos Gormaz (Ribera del Duero) are apt to be drunk by the vegans. ¿Do we toast with a 12 Linajes red wine of Ribera del Duero? Or Do we accompany any vegan recipe with a Valdelacierva Rosé wine from the Denomination of Origin Rioja?
  • Valdelacierva Rosé, the wine of Rioja that has been chosen by Fashion4Relief

    Valdelacierva Rosé 2016 from Hispanobodegas was the wine from Rioja chosen for the frundraising event “Fashion for Relief”. The event took place yesterday at the Mandelieu Hangar in Cannes. It had the support of many personalities, from the fashion, cinema and music industries and important companies, such as Uma Thurman, Donatella Versace, Heidi Klum, Kate Moss, Lewis Hamilton or the queen Rania of Jordan. “Fashion for Relief” has as main objective raising funds for several humanitarian and environmental causes, a work that the model has been developing from the 2005.

    Fashion For Relief was founded as reply to the Katrina hurricane and it mobilized the model´s friends and the Campbell´s designers to raise funds during the New York Fashion Week. In the following years, it has continued raising funds for the victims of other natural disasters (the Haiti’s earthquake, the tsunami in Japan) and it has also worked with other international charity organizations to raise awareness about the women´s health problems. But its growing approach to the millions of children trapped in humanitarian crises around the world is the purpose of this last edition, whose raised funds are going to be allocated for “Save the Children”.

    Valdelacierva Rosé 2016, the wine chosen for the cocktail of the fundraising dinner, has not only co-stared with the best models and actors, it has also co-stared with the best champagnes and wines of the world. This rosé from Valdelacierva, the last one arrived to the Rioja winery of the Hispanobodegas group, got the attention of the fashion personalities because of its uniqueness. It is salmon colored, pale, with an elegant and expressive nose with aromas of fruit, prevailing the strawberry and the peach. On the palate is sweet, voluminous, well-balanced and it has a long and fresh aftertaste.

  • Gold & Silver Medals for the wines of Hispanobodegas at the Concours Mundial de Bruxelles

    Once again the quality of the wines ofHispanobodegas: AnierVendimiaSeleccionada 2015 and Valdelacierva Grano a Grano 2015 have been honoured, on this occasion, at the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles 2017. Two different wines from different Wine Appelation: Rioja and Ribera del Duero which were awarded medals: “AnierVendimiaSeleccionada 2015” Gold Medal and “Valdelacierva Grano a Grano” Silver Medal. These latest awards are added to the wide and varied list of national and international successes attained by both wines. The competition took place in major achievement given the scale and magnitude of the event.

    On the awarded Hispanobodegas wines

    Anier Vendimia Seleccionada 2015 is a limited edition wine that is elaborated from the oldest and lower yield.  After the malolactic fermentation done in new French Oak barrels, the wine is aged in French Oak barrels (80%) and American (20%), new (80%) and first use for 14 months, being then rounded in the bottle for at least 12 months. Limited edition of 11,646 bottles.Bright and intense cherry red color.Great aromatic complexity, highlighting the presence of ripe fruit and mineral essences. Pleasant, velvety and balsamic ripe red fruit feeling along with elegant ripe tannins, that are rounded and perfectly integrated with a flavourful finish and a nice long aftertaste.

    Valdelacierva grano a grano is the latest added wine to the winery. A special product, featuring wines that are born from the terroir, with microvinifications in large barrels differentiated by estate andageing process in French oak.In this way, only small-scale productions, which the land produces with each vintage, come onto the market. This is how Valdelacierva Grano a Grano (or grain by grain) is born; in essence it emerges from the “La Botija” estate with its own unique characteristics -a harvesting process that begins out in the estate, destemming grape by grape and grain by grain in the winery- and eventually grows into a wine.

    With a very attractive dense cherry red colour, it has an intense nose of red and black fruits with milky undertones and a subtle spicy touch, characteristic of a good mature tempranillo with cocoa and toffees. A very complex wine on account of its ageing in large French oak barrels, powerful and velvety on the palate with an agreeable and inviting persistence.

     

  • Valdelacierva Grano a Grano

    Valdelacierva Grano a Grano 2015, a newborn handcrafted wine destemmed grape by grape, the latest wine from the Hispanobodegas Group.

    • A unique estate: “La Botija” with only one variety -Tempranillo- producing 1331 bottles.
    • In keeping with the winery group’s new business approach, the Rioja winery launches a special edition: Valdelacierva Grano a Grano.

    La Rioja, 27th March.-The Valdelacierva Winery, part of the Hispanobodegas Group, announces the launch of its most special wine: Valdelacierva Grano a Grano 2016. An edition of 1331 bottles from a single estate: “La Botija” situated in Baños de Ebro and with a single variety of grape: Tempranillo. The new business policy, which the Hispanobodegas Winery Group embarked upon a few years ago, has a binary goal involving two lines of business: the first, responding to the expectations of consumers looking for uncomplicated, easy to drink wines; and the second, a more special line, featuring wines that are born from the terroir, with microvinifications in large barrels differentiated by estate and an ageing process in French oak. In this way, only small-scale productions, which the land produces with each vintage, come onto the market. This is how Valdelacierva Grano a Grano (or grain by grain) is born; in essence it emerges from the “La Botija” estate with its own unique characteristics -a harvesting process that begins out in the estate, destemming grape by grape and grain by grain in the winery- and eventually grows into a wine.

    With a very attractive dense cherry red colour, it has an intense nose of red and black fruits with milky undertones and a subtle spicy touch, characteristic of a good mature tempranillo with cocoa and toffees. A very complex wine on account of its ageing in large French oak barrels, powerful and velvety on the palate with an agreeable and inviting persistence.

    It bears the simplest of labels featuring only the brand without any other distracting elements. In fact, it is the sense of touch which is the main protagonist here, playing an excellent role that in a special way portrays the sense of touching the land and all the primary elements involved in the process of creating this special vintage.

    The recommended retail price is 34 euros and it is presented in 75 cl. and Magnum bottles (only 200 units).

    About the winery

    The history of Valdelacierva is the result of the work of a young team with experience in making quality wines with a clear goal: to produce wines with personality from the terroir that defines the unique character of Valdelacierva wines.

    Founded in 1988, it is part of the Hispanobodegas Group which has a presence in Rioja, Ribera del Duero and Rueda. Valdelacierva is located in the heart of the Rioja Alta (Navarrete) and has more than 125 hectares of vineyards, which are divided into small plots with vines that range between 25-130 years old. The winery has a young, dynamic team who look to creating wines with the unmistakable stamp of this special terroir and the quality of the tempranillo taking centre stage. The wines come from selected vineyards in the localities of San Vicente de la Sonsierra, Briones, Baños de Ebro and Yécora.

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