Good news for wine importers – Bodegas Castelo de Medina have enrolled for the Wine Pleasures Workshop: Buyer meets Spanish Cellar. Many buyers have requested to have wineries from DO Rueda at the workshop – well here’s one who will sure to be popular with many buyers.
The Winery (founded in 1996), with its own venerable and cutting-edge technology, boasts a wide range of wines – white, rosés and red – all prestigious in National and International markets.
The Winery is built in traditional Castillan architectural style: face brick, stone, wrought iron and wood. It has advanced technological equipment, ideal for a modern, high-quality elaboration, while maintaining the traditionnal principles of the area. We have immersed ourselves in continuous R+D+I programmes (Research, Development and Innovation).
The Denomination rises between 700 and 800 metres above sea level, with flat but high lands that bear up under very long, cold winters, short springs with late frost and hot, dry summers.
Being located in the centre section of the Duero River depression, the land constitutes a highland plain with soft contours and slopes subject to the Atlantic winds. These are dark grey lands, rich in calcium and magnesium, stony but easy to work, with good aeration and drainage.
Castelo de Medina produces excellent DO Rueda white wines: Young vintages of Verdejo, Sauvignon blanc and Chardonnay, an aged Verdejo, a sparkling Verdejo and a semi-sweet Sauvignon blanc from latest harvest.
We also produce an interesting rosé of Garnacha and reds of Tempranillo under “Vinos de la Tierra de Castilla y León” appellation.
If you would like to contact Bodegas Castelo de Medina please do so through their web site. Want to meet them and try their premium and super premium range of white wines then please enrol to participate in the Wine Pleasures Workshop: Buyer meets Spanish Cellar.