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Cozy winery in El Bierzo with 4 hectares of vineyard.
Cozy winery in El Bierzo with 4 hectares of vineyard.

DO Bierzo

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DO Bierzo
  • D.O. year of foundation:


  • Number of wineries (2017):


  • Total surface area:

    2.982 ha7.369 ac

  • Maximum production allowed:

    11.000 kg/ha9.814 lb/ac

  • Altitude of the vineyards:

    Min: 450m

    Max: 1.000m

    Min: 1.476ft

    Max: 3.281ft

  • Temperature:

    Min: 6º

    Max: 21º

    Min: 43°F

    Max: 70°F

  • Yearly hours of sun:


  • Yearly rainfall:

    652 l/m261 l/ft2

DO Bierzo


Bierzo is found in the northeast of the Castile and León region, specifically in the province of León, which also neighbours Galicia and Asturias. Geographically, the area is ideally located between the coast and the inland, which has caused the colonisation of several cities and towns throughout history. The greatest expansion of vineyard was bound together with the development of the medieval monasteries, particularly the Cistercians. Ten centuries ago, the wine held the very prominent role in the economic life of the area, under the protection of the Jacobean route.


The cultivation area of the DO Bierzo is located in the long and protected Sil canyon, between the Mountains of León and the Cantabrian Mountains, as well as covering the secondary valleys of the tributaries. Geographically, the area is like an island, with its own climate and soils. The vineyards extend over the slopes of the valley, between 450 and 1000 metres above sea level, and are planted on loose, slate-like and alluvial soils, which are reasonably fertile. In the high areas there appears quartzite and slate in the soil with bases of granite and limestone; in the low altitude areas, clay dominates with cobblestone or pebbles and alluvial material.


The valley has a protected microclimate, which softens the edges of the continental climate of the plateau and avoids the worst of the harsh winter temperatures, as well as preventing the winds. There is lots of sun and less rain than in Galicia, but sufficient for benefitting the crops. This semi-humid climate, accompanied by gentle temperatures, yields excellent results for the vine.


The production of the protected wines must be done with the allowed grapes used exclusively for this. This way, amongst the red varieties we find Mencía and Garnacha Tintorera, whilst the white varieties are made from Godello, Doña Blanca, Palomino and Mavasía. Almost 75% of its production is directly connected to the MencÍa grape, that’s precisely why one of its mottos is ‘Bierzo, the soil of Mencía’.

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Rimontgó Wineries, has more than a decade of experience in selling wineries in Spain and has a small but complete team of experts including an oenologist, an agricultural engineer, people trained in winery management and export managers of large winery groups, who have accumulated invaluable experience in selling wineries, and also in the analysis and assessment of soils, vineyards, facilities, machinery, in the techniques of winemaking and its national marketing or export.

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