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  • Red Wine Conde de Siruela Roble

    7,95 €   5,99 €

    • Alcohol Volume: 14.5%
    Price size: 75 cl.
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    Alcohol Volume: 14.5%
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    Grape variety: Tinta del País
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    Liquor Style: Ribera del Duero
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    Country: Spain

    With 4 months in barrel, this A.O. Ribera de Duero has come to enter your cellar and not leave it, as you will repeat and repeat and not get tired of it.

  • Red Wine Finca Resalso

    10,90 €   9,20 €

    • Alcohol Volume: 13.5%
    Price size: 75 cl.
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    Alcohol Volume: 13.5%
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    Grape variety: Tempranillo
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    Liquor Style: Ribera del Duero
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    Country: Spain

    Taste Finca Resalso, your Premium Ribera del Duero Red Wine.

  • Red Wine Protos Roble

    9,70 €   7,30 €

    • Alcohol Volume: 14%
    Price size: 75 cl.
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    Alcohol Volume: 14%
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    Grape variety: Tempranillo
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    Liquor Style: Ribera del Duero
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    Country: Spain

    Taste Protos Roble, your Premium Ribera del Duero Red Wine.

  • Red Wine Celeste Crianza

    16,50 €

    • Alcohol Volume: 14%
    Price size: 75 cl.
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    Alcohol Volume: 14%
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    Grape variety: Tempranillo
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    Liquor Style: Ribera del Duero
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    Country: Spain
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    Display: Boxed Bottle

    Taste Celeste Crianza, your Premium Ribera del Duero Wine.

  • Red Wine Quinta de Tarsus Crianza

    15,75 €   11,95 €

    • Alcohol Volume: 14.5%
    Price size: 75 cl.
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    Alcohol Volume: 14.5%
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    Grape variety: Tinta del País
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    Liquor Style: Ribera del Duero
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    Country: Spain

    Quinta de Tarsus with DO Ribera del Duero, has managed to extract the excellence of the native varieties.

  • Red Wine Tierra Vieja Joven

    4,95 €   3,95 €

    • Alcohol Volume: 14%
    Price size: 75 cl.
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    Alcohol Volume: 14%
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    Grape variety: Tempranillo
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    Liquor Style: Ribera del Duero
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    Country: Spain

    In Burgos, apart from black pudding and fresh cheese, good wines are also produced. This Tierra Vieja Joven is a perfect example.

  • Red Wine Tierra Vieja Crianza

    7,95 €   6,95 €

    • Alcohol Volume: 14%
    Price size: 75 cl.
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    Alcohol Volume: 14%
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    Grape variety: Tempranillo
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    Liquor Style: Ribera del Duero
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    Country: Spain

    Tierra Vieja Crianza is the example of the good work of the D. O. Ribera del Duero from Burgos. A Red Crianza that stands out for its quality at a quite contained price.

  • Red Wine Pruno

    11,50 €   10,45 €

    • Alcohol Volume: 13.5%
    Price size: 75 cl.
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    Alcohol Volume: 13.5%
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    Grape variety: Tinto Fino, Cabernet Sauvignon
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    Liquor Style: Ribera del Duero
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    Country: Spain

    Taste Pruno, your Premium Ribera del Duero Wine.

  • Red Wine Torremoron Roble

    5,40 €

    • Alcohol Volume: 14.5%
    Price size: 75 cl.
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    Alcohol Volume: 14.5%
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    Grape variety: Tempranillo
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    Liquor Style: Ribera del Duero
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    Country: Spain

    Torremorón Roble is a 100% fine red wine D. O. Ribera del Duelo, so there will be no surprises when you try it. A good representative of what this Denomination can offer us in young wines.

  • Red Wine Cruz de Alba

    16,50 €   13,30 €

    • Alcohol Volume: 14.5%
    Price size: 75 cl.
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    Alcohol Volume: 14.5%
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    Grape variety: Tempranillo
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    Liquor Style: Ribera del Duero
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    Country: Spain

    Taste Cruz de Alba, your Premium Ribera del Duero Wine.

  • Red Wine Lopez Cristobal Roble

    8,95 €   8,40 €

    • Alcohol Volume: 13.5%
    Price size: 75 cl.
    Also in: 1.5 L. 16,55€
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    Alcohol Volume: 13.5%
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    Grape variety: Tinto del País, Merlot
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    Liquor Style: Ribera del Duero
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    Country: Spain

    Taste Lopez Cristobal Roble, your Premium Ribera del Duero Red Wine.

    Also available in Magnum.

    Also in: 1.5 L. 16,55€
  • Red Wine Protos 27

    23,90 €

    • Alcohol Volume: 14.5%
    Price size: 75 cl.
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    Alcohol Volume: 14.5%
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    Grape variety: Tinta del País
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    Liquor Style: Ribera del Duero
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    Country: Spain
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    Taste Protos 27, your Premium Ribera del Duero Red Wine.

  • Red Wine Pago de los Capellanes Crianza

    26,00 €   21,30 €

    • Alcohol Volume: 13.5%
    Price size: 75 cl.
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    Alcohol Volume: 13.5%
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    Grape variety: Tempranillo
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    Liquor Style: Ribera del Duero
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    Country: Spain

    Taste Pago de los Capellanes Crianza, your Premium Ribera del Duero Wine.

  • Red Wine Tierra Vieja Roble

    6,95 €   5,95 €

    • Alcohol Volume: 14%
    Price size: 75 cl.
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    Alcohol Volume: 14%
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    Grape variety: Tempranillo
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    Liquor Style: Ribera del Duero
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    Country: Spain

    With its dark garnet colour and touches of violet, this D.O. Ribera de Duero is beginning to win over the public. After tasting and savouring it, the person who enjoys it is already in the boat. A champion wine.

  • Red Wine Melior Tempranillo

    7,95 €   6,90 €

    • Alcohol Volume: 14%
    Price size: 75 cl.
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    Alcohol Volume: 14%
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    Grape variety: Tempranillo
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    Liquor Style: Ribera del Duero
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    Country: Spain

    Taste Melior Tempranillo, your Premium Ribera del Duero Red Wine .

  • Red Wine Matarromera Criaza

    19,95 €   18,50 €

    • Alcohol Volume: 14.5%
    Price size: 75 cl.
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    Alcohol Volume: 14.5%
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    Grape variety: Tempranillo
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    Liquor Style: Ribera del Duero
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    Country: Spain

    Taste Matarromera Criaza, your Premium Ribera del Duero Red Wine .

  • Red Wine Celeste Roble

    8,25 €

    • Alcohol Volume: 14%
    Price size: 75 cl.
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    Alcohol Volume: 14%
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    Grape variety: Tempranillo
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    Liquor Style: Ribera del Duero
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    Country: Spain

    Taste Celeste Roble, your Premium Ribera del Duero Wine.

  • Red Wine Emilio Moro

    19,20 €

    • Alcohol Volume: 14%
    Price size: 75 cl.
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    Alcohol Volume: 14%
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    Grape variety: Tinto Fino (Tempranillo)
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    Liquor Style: Ribera del Duero
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    Country: Spain

    Taste Emilio Moro , your Premium Ribera del Duero Wine.

  • Red Wine Finca Los Hoyales Cruz de Alba

    62,95 €   59,96 €

    • Alcohol Volume: 14.5%
    Price size: 75 cl.
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    Alcohol Volume: 14.5%
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    Grape variety: Tempranillo
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    Liquor Style: Ribera del Duero
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    Country: Spain
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    Display: Boxed Bottle

    Finca Los Hoyales is an author's wine, complex and elegant, with a modern cut and a delicate structure.

  • Red Wine Abadía de San Quirce Finca Helena

    54,95 €

    • Alcohol Volume: 14.5%
    Price size: 75 cl.
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    Alcohol Volume: 14.5%
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    Grape variety: Tempranillo
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    Liquor Style: Ribera del Duero
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    Country: Spain
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    Display: Boxed Bottle

    Taste Abadía de San Quirce Finca Helena, your Premium Ribera del Duero Wine .

  • Red Wine Pago de Carraovejas

    39,00 €   31,95 €

    • Alcohol Volume: 13.5%
    Price size: 75 cl.
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    Alcohol Volume: 13.5%
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    Grape variety: Tempranillo, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot
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    Liquor Style: Ribera del Duero
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    Country: Spain

    Pago de Carraovejas' wines are made with the most advanced techniques and with a deep respect for the natural processes from cultivation to bottling. For this reason, they are wines of singular sensitivity.

  • Red Wine Pago de los Capellanes Joven Roble

    12,70 €

    • Alcohol Volume: 14.5%
    Price size: 75 cl.
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    Alcohol Volume: 14.5%
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    Grape variety: Tempranillo, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot
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    Liquor Style: Ribera del Duero
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    Country: Spain

    Innovative, fun, jovial... Many are the adjectives used to describe this young wine D.O. Ribera del Duero. However, the most important thing and you have probably also heard about it is how good it is.

  • Red Wine La Felisa Ecologic

    21,95 €   20,40 €

    • Alcohol Volume: 13.5%
    Price size: 75 cl.
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    Alcohol Volume: 13.5%
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    Grape variety: Tempranillo
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    Liquor Style: Ribera del Duero
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    Country: Spain

    The wine "La Felisa Ecológico" is, as its name indicates, an organic wine in terms of its entire production process, and a tribute to the mother of the Moro family.

  • Red Wine Cruz de Alba Reserva

    28,00 €   23,90 €

    • Alcohol Volume: 14.5%
    Price size: 75 cl.
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    Alcohol Volume: 14.5%
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    Grape variety: Tempranillo
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    Liquor Style: Ribera del Duero
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    Country: Spain

    Taste Cruz de Alba Reserva, your Premium Ribera del Duero Reserva Red Wine.

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Rum, beer, gin, tequila, whisky, cider, cognac... Throughout the centuries man has created an enormous amount of types of drink for his enjoyment, molding the ingredients that Mother Nature gives us to put the taste buds to dance. But all of them have been made by the human hand, while there is one that has been touched by divine grace: wine.

The broth of the gods is not named after a marketing strategy, but because the vast majority of cultures have linked this elixir to their different gods. Thus, in Greek mythology it is Dionysius, son of Zeus and Semele, who holds the category of the God of Wine, teaching humanity the ins and outs of agriculture. In the same way it is reflected in Roman mythology, where Bacchus is in charge of protecting the good name of the wine and celebrating in his honour a good handful of Bacchanal festivities. Even in the Christian culture wine has an important meaning, since in the Eucharist the bread and wine are consecrated, the latter symbolizing the blood of Jesus Christ. In short, there is no more sacred drink than this elixir.

Composition of wine

The life of wine begins with the cultivation of its most precious ingredient: grapes. A multitude of factors will depend on it when it comes to making one wine or another, mainly the type of grape it is, whether to create red, white, sweet, rosé wine..., and the moment of ripening when it is found for harvesting. After the latter, the grape is pressed, formerly done manually with the feet and now with special pneumatic presses that perform the work in a more exhaustive way.

After obtaining the grape must, it undergoes its most important process: fermentation. It is here where the sugars present in the fruit are transformed into alcohol through the action of yeasts, influencing in turn the type of grape and the temperature at which the must is found for its proper process. After this, the wine matures for the necessary time in containers such as barrels or tanks to be subsequently bottled and tasted by the consumer.
There are several types of wines, among which from Yo Pongo el hielo we highlight:

  • Red wine
  • White wine
  • Rosé wine
  • Sweet and generous wine
  • Cava
  • Champagne
  • Sparkling
  • Vermouth

Wine Brands

Small producers with crops for their own consumption, young artisans who are committed to organic wine and the recovery of the traditional flavours, large wineries that have been flying the oenology flag for decades... Many are the members of the wine family, and from Yo pongo el hielo we are going to try to reflect the most representative brands from all over the world:

  • Aviva
  • Sonsierra
  • Don Perignon
  • Freixenet
  • Herederos del Marqués de Riscal
  • López Cristóbal
  • Marqués de Cáceres
  • Ramón Bilbao
  • Sanchez Romate
  • Protos
  • 19 Crimes
  • Quitapenas

History of wine

There is no consensus among anthropologists to affirm the exact moment at which wine production began, but one thing is certain: it happened many thousands of years ago. Our ancestors, like us, were lovers of good tastes and pleasures, so they discovered that by crushing the grapes and subjecting them to a certain process, they were able to give life to a unique elixir.

It is believed that these beginnings took place in an area between Georgia, Turkey, Iran and Armenia, in 8,000 BC. However, it was not until 3000 B.C. that we found the first archaeological evidence in ancient Egypt, where beer was also venerated with tenacity. But for the wine to triumph definitively, it had to be moved to the island of Crete, the entrance of the Dionysius broth into ancient Greece. From there it went on to conquer the Roman Empire, the Al-Andalus and all the countries of the world to the present day.

Wine, the broth of the gods

Rum, beer, gin, tequila, whisky, cider, cognac... Throughout the centuries man has created an enormous amount of types of drink for his enjoyment, molding the ingredients that Mother Nature gives us to put the taste buds to dance. But all of them have been made by the human hand, while there is one that has been touched by divine grace: wine.

The broth of the gods is not named after a marketing strategy, but because the vast majority of cultures have linked this elixir to their different gods. Thus, in Greek mythology it is Dionysius, son of Zeus and Semele, who holds the category of the God of Wine, teaching humanity the ins and outs of agriculture. In the same way it is reflected in Roman mythology, where Bacchus is in charge of protecting the good name of the wine and celebrating in his honour a good handful of Bacchanal festivities. Even in the Christian culture wine has an important meaning, since in the Eucharist the bread and wine are consecrated, the latter symbolizing the blood of Jesus Christ. In short, there is no more sacred drink than this elixir.

Composition of wine

The life of wine begins with the cultivation of its most precious ingredient: grapes. A multitude of factors will depend on it when it comes to making one wine or another, mainly the type of grape it is, whether to create red, white, sweet, rosé wine..., and the moment of ripening when it is found for harvesting. After the latter, the grape is pressed, formerly done manually with the feet and now with special pneumatic presses that perform the work in a more exhaustive way.

After obtaining the grape must, it undergoes its most important process: fermentation. It is here where the sugars present in the fruit are transformed into alcohol through the action of yeasts, influencing in turn the type of grape and the temperature at which the must is found for its proper process. After this, the wine matures for the necessary time in containers such as barrels or tanks to be subsequently bottled and tasted by the consumer.
There are several types of wines, among which from Yo Pongo el hielo we highlight:

  • Red wine
  • White wine
  • Rosé wine
  • Sweet and generous wine
  • Cava
  • Champagne
  • Sparkling
  • Vermouth

Wine Brands

Small producers with crops for their own consumption, young artisans who are committed to organic wine and the recovery of the traditional flavours, large wineries that have been flying the oenology flag for decades... Many are the members of the wine family, and from Yo pongo el hielo we are going to try to reflect the most representative brands from all over the world:

  • Aviva
  • Sonsierra
  • Don Perignon
  • Freixenet
  • Herederos del Marqués de Riscal
  • López Cristóbal
  • Marqués de Cáceres
  • Ramón Bilbao
  • Sanchez Romate
  • Protos
  • 19 Crimes
  • Quitapenas

History of wine

There is no consensus among anthropologists to affirm the exact moment at which wine production began, but one thing is certain: it happened many thousands of years ago. Our ancestors, like us, were lovers of good tastes and pleasures, so they discovered that by crushing the grapes and subjecting them to a certain process, they were able to give life to a unique elixir.

It is believed that these beginnings took place in an area between Georgia, Turkey, Iran and Armenia, in 8,000 BC. However, it was not until 3000 B.C. that we found the first archaeological evidence in ancient Egypt, where beer was also venerated with tenacity. But for the wine to triumph definitively, it had to be moved to the island of Crete, the entrance of the Dionysius broth into ancient Greece. From there it went on to conquer the Roman Empire, the Al-Andalus and all the countries of the world to the present day.

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