Dehesa de los Canónigos

Dehesa de los Canónigos

Dehesa de los Canónigos is one of the great historical estates of the Ribera del Duero. Located in Pesquera de Duero, its name refers to the first owner, the Council of the Cathedral of Valladolid, composed of 22 canonic monks.

The Dehesa de los Canónigos winery stands out for its architecture, the naves were rebuilt little by little, until housing what is the winery today.

After passing through several hands, in 1931 it fell into the hands of the Cid family, the brothers Arturo and Ildefonso, married to Amalia García and Rosario Alonso respectively, who were the owners of Dehesa de los Canónigos until the 60s, when they sold the farm.

Dehesa de los Canónigos is located in the Duero Valley, halfway between Valbuena and Pesquera de Duero, within the so-called Ribera Golden Mile.

 A reference to the ecclesiastical origins of the winery. A wine that is only produced during the most exceptional harvests. 

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  • Wine 98 Point Rating
    Country: Spain, Ribera del duero
    Grape: Tempranillo
    ABV: 15%
    98 Points - Vivir el Vino. One of the top 3 of the most 20 Most Outstanding Wines from Ribera Del Duero - A unique wine made with a selection of the best grapes from a vineyards and vines 90 years of age. It is 97% Tempranillo and 3% Albillo Mayor in a plot that offers the perfect solar exposure and allows the grapes to ripen the ideal condition. After 30 months of aging in American oak and 10 months in French oak, it is then aged in the bottle. An exceptional wine that comfortably rival the mo
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