Finca Villacreces

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VISIT FINCA VILLACRECES WINERY IN RIBERA DEL DUERO [2024]

Considered the hidden jewel of Ribera del Duero, Finca Villacreces is located in the middle of a bicentennial pine forest and in the middle of the golden mile of the appellation of origin. Villacreces offers an exclusive range of wine tourism experiences both in the winery and in the vineyard, with which it seeks to enhance the value of the natural heritage received and the production of quality wines under organic certification. 
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WINE TOURISM IN THE HIDDEN JEWEL OF RIBERA DEL DUERO

The visit to the winery begins at the foot of the vineyard, learning first-hand about the organic viticulture work practiced in each of the 15 plots into which the vineyard is divided. Continue discovering step by step the processes of fermentation and barrel aging, as well as the past of Finca Villacreces, its history and the history of those who have lived there since the fourteenth century. 
Finally, you will enjoy the tasting of two wines: Pruno and Finca Villacreces, accompanied by a pairing with gourmet products from the region and a tasting of limited edition olive oil that is also made under the name Pruno.

ELECTRIC BICYCLE TOURS THROUGH THE VINEYARD

Between the months of March and October, the wine tourism offer is extended with routes through the vineyard on electric bicycles, discovering the magic of a unique environment where the vineyard meets the forest and the Douro River, ending with a picnic next to the vines.

AN ESTATE WITH HISTORY

The history of this unique enclave dates back to the 14th century when Pedro de Villacreces, a Franciscan friar and the first settler of the estate, established himself in this meander along the Duero River together with a group of clergymen, among whom was San Pedro Regalado, patron saint of Valladolid, to dedicate himself to prayer and cultivation of the land. At that time they already had a small vineyard for their own consumption and that of the nearby monasteries. With the disentailment of Mendizábal, the estate passed into private hands by different owners until, in 2004, the Antón family acquired what is considered one of the most spectacular vineyards in the Ribera del Duero.

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