Wine in the family In 1906 the first vineyards were bought and wine was produced uninterruptedly until the 1950s. Afterwards the vines were gradually dug up until only 3 hectares were left. In the 1980s Antonio Concejo restructured the vineyards with a vision ahead of its time, creating the current estate that covers almost 30 hectares, already thinking of making "vinos de pago" or single estate wines one day. This terroir has the largest content of limestone in the Duero valley, producing wines of great quality and personality.
Today's project At the end of the 1990s, Enrique and Olga started up the current project with few resources but great zeal. They gave up their jobs in Madrid and tried to get the winery going again, especially hoping to add something different to the region. The most important resource, the vines already planted in a unique soil, were at an interesting age and were soon widely appreciated. Silvia joined the team in 2009 and we started to certify our wines as organic. In 2010 the Concejo Hospedería was inaugurated and, with the same zeal, we strive to continue offering the best of our terroir and our passion for vines and for Valoria. We've been making wine for 15 years and we love what we do.