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Bodegas Juan Carlos Sancha, S.L.

Camino las Barreras s/n°, 26320 Banos de Rio Tobia (La Rioja)
Spain
Telephone +34 941 232160
Fax +34 941 232160
ibervin@fer.es

This company is co-exhibitor of
Gobierno de la Rioja org.

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  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  wines from Europe
  • 01.01.24  wines from Spain
  • 01.01.24.50  wines from Rioja

wines from Rioja

About us

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Bodegas Juan Carlos Sancha is a winery located in Rioja Alta, one of the best-known wine-producing regions of Spain. This winery, operated in the town of Baños de Río Tobía (Rioja Alta) by Juan Carlos Sancha, a professor of enology at the University of La Rioja, is situated on five hectares of land along the border of D.O.Ca. Rioja, and in the coldest zone of this wine denomination.

This cooler location, in Baños de Río Tobía (Rioja Alta) in the Najerilla Valley, contributes to the high quality of their wines. Juan Carlos Sancha’s winery also has vines of minority varieties such as Tempranillo Blanco, Maturana Tinta, Maturana Blanca, varieties that he and his university colleague Fernando Martinez de Toda discovered, rescued from extinction, and developed.  Professor Sancha then went on to found the first Rioja winery employing these minority varieties in commercialized wines.

Bodegas Juan Carlos Sancha specializes in the production of artisan organic wines elaborated from these minority varieties, offering three fine wines: Ad Libitum Maturana Tinta, Ad Libitum Tempranillo Blanco, and Peña El Gato. Ad Libitum Maturana Tinta comes from an old minority Navarrateña variety of Maturana Tinta. Tempranillo Blanco is made from Tempranillo Blanco grapes, a mutation from the traditional, better-known red Tempranillo grapes. Peña El Gato derives its name from the idea that the 95-year-old Garnacha grapevines, from which this wine come, are located so high up the mountains that even cats won’t dare to go there.

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