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8 Wineries and Vineyards for sale in Castile and León
Winery with D.O Ribera del Duero
Modern well-built winery with connecting apartments, located in the region with D.O Ribera del Duero Burgos.
Winery of Tempranillo grape for sale in D.O. Ribera del Duero.
Medium-size family-run winery located in the Ribera del Duero part belonging to Valladolid. It was built in 2000 and almost all vineyards are rented.
Traditional winery for sale in DO Ribera del Duero.
Traditional style medium sized winery on Burgos land.
Medium size winery in DO Ribera del Duero.
Medium-sized winery with a plot of land of almost 10,000m² and a large production capacity, located in Ribera del Duero.
Functional winery with vineyard in DO Ribera del Duero.
Winery with vineyards of the Tempranillo and Cabernet Sauvignon varieties, in the DO Ribera del Duero region.
Group of wineries for sale in several designations of origin.
Group of vintage wineries present in various denominations of origin.
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Castile and León
The Autonomous Community of Castile and León covers a large part of the northern half of the Iberian Peninsula and includes the inland provinces: Ávila, Burgos, León, Palencia, Salamanca, Segovia, Soria, Zamora and Valladolid. The wineries of Castile and León enjoy international prestige, mostly those that produce wines from the Ribera del Duero Designation of Origin, around the river basin. The vineyard spread over the territories of Soria (19 municipalities), Burgos (60), Segovia (4) and Valladolid (19). Other interesting wine appellations of Castile and León are DO Toro, DO Bierzo, DO Rueda, DO Arlanza, DO Cigales, DO Tierra de León, DO Arribes and DO Tierra del Vino de Zamora.
The most commonly used grape varieties in wineries and vineyards are Tinta del País (Tempranillo), Mencía, Juan García, Prieto Picudo and Tinta de Toro. At the same time, Verdejo and Godello are two of the most widely used native white grapes to make white wines. Agriculture in Castile and León is based on the cultivation of cereals, up to the point of being the main producer in Spain and it is also important the cattle breeding in order to produce high quality beef, pork and lamb meat. Specifically the Segovia suckling pig and the lamb.