Slide • Located in the extreme northwest of the Ribera del Duero • Situated in the heart of the Esgueva Valley • Featuring low-nutrient limestone bottom soils • Persistent winds • Moorland at 960 meters above sea level • Microclimate pantano de Tórtoles ATLANTIC VALLEY OF THE RIBERA Buen Camino winery

Buen Camino Winery

We are a family winery belonging to the DO Ribera del Duero, and our wine has Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) status. We work our organic vineyards personally, and they are located in the northernmost area of the entire PDO region.

We are committed to producing our unique wines on a limited scale through low yields and minimal intervention, leaving the grapes to be influenced by the Atlantic weather, which is characteristic of this area.

Low-nutrient, stony soils with a limestone base, slopes with a variety of solar exposure and persistent winds over moorland at an altitude of 960 meters combine to make our wines express the unique character of this extreme terroir.



We craft and mature the wine in the cellar of our old house, which has been in the family since 1887 and belonged for decades to our grandfather, Feliciano. We have continually enhanced our facilities and installations in order to condition our warehouse with the most efficient mechanisms to be able to vinify our finest grapes.

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