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Bodegas Ontanon S.L.

Pol. Ind. el Tapiao. C/ Machin S/N, 26559 Aldeanueva de Ebro
Spain

This company is co-exhibitor of
ICEX España Exportación e Inversiones, E.P.E., M.P.

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ProWein 2020 hall map (Hall 10): stand A121

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ProWein 2020 fairground map: Hall 10

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  wines from Europe
  • 01.01.24  wines from Spain
  • 01.01.24.47  wines from Ribera del Duero

wines from Ribera del Duero

Our products

Product category: wines from Ribera del Duero

Teón Roble

The nose exhibits powerful red fruit aromas with hints of earthiness that give way to a touch of toast. Fleshy, fruit-forward - dark berry fruit on the palate interlaced with delicate tannins, significant weight and lengthy persistence.

Principal Grape Variety: Tinta del País (Tempranillo)Climate Conditions: Continental Climate; Cold winters ( 13ºC ) and Warm summers (40ºC) with an extreme temperature shift between day & night.
Altitude: 800 - 900 meters or 1,824 - 2,052 feet Variety: 100% Tinta del País.
Vine Age: 35 - 45 years old
Aging Regime: 100% American oak for 5 months and 6 months in bottle prior to release.

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Product category: wines from Ribera del Duero

Teón crianza

The nose exhibits powerful red fruit aromas with hints of earthiness that give way to a touch of toast. Fleshy, fruit-forward - dark berry fruit on the palate interlaced with delicate tannins, significant weight and lengthy persistence.

Principal Grape Variety: Tinta del País (Tempranillo)Climate Conditions: Continental Climate; Cold winters ( 13ºC ) and Warm summers (40ºC) with an extreme temperature shift between day & night.
Altitude: 800 - 900 meters or 1,824 - 2,052 feet.
Variety: 100% Tinta del País.
Vine Age: 35 - 40 years old.
Aging Regime: 85% American oak & 15% French oak barel for 12 months + 12 months in bottle prior to release.

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About us

Company details

Raquel, Rubén and María Pérez Cuevas are part of the fifth generation of the Pérez Cuevas family to carry on the tradition of grape growing in the southern part of Rioja. Their father, Gabriel, inherited a portion of his familyís vineyards, located in the high mountain slopes of the Sierra de Yerga mountains just south of the River Ebro in Rioja baja. When he took over in the early 1980s, Gabriel began making wine from these vineyards rather than selling the fruit as his ancestors had. He was determined to produce wines that embodied the region of Quel, where his family had deep roots and where he believed the highest quality wines from Rioja were produced. He began to sell his wines, then labeled as “Arteso”, in the local area and later throughout Spain.

As sales continued to increase, Gabriel purchased more vineyard land in his native region.  During his father’s and grandfather’s time, Quel was the center of quality wine from Rioja. All of the original “wineries” were dug out of the rock faces that encircled the town and consisted of hollowed-out clay fermentation vats with chimney-like chutes dug straight through to the top of the cliffs. The grapes were delivered in old comportillo (grape baskets), carried down the mountain slopes from the vineyards via mules. This tradition primarily evolved as a practical measure so that neither the winemakers nor their pack animals had to carry the year’s harvest up the back-breakingly steep cliffs, but it also mirrored early gravity-flow systems. Of course, in that age there were no barrels and no extensive winemaking regulations as there are now in the D. O. Ca. of Rioja, but the fruit from this part of Rioja was known to be among the best and the growers

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