“Antonio Diez Martin produces fine wines, renowned for their freshness and complexity.”
The soils in Castilla Y Leon are influenced by their location within the central Iberian plateau. This region is wedged 700 meters above Sea level between the Cordillera Cantábrica and the Sistema Central mountains. In the mountains, soils are generally mineral-poor, eroded and acidic. The river valleys are alluvial, sandy-stony soils, medium dept, and little water retention. The plains have brown limestone, clay loam texture and low organic matter. The finest vineyards are found in the Duero Valley.
A Passionate Lineage
Martin Berdugo was established in 2000 by Antonio Diez Martin, who started his “viticultural journey” in 1990. His obsession for details and the painstaking care in winemaking made in a relatively short period of time Martin Berdugo one of the stars of the Ribera del Duero appellation. In the state of the art winery located in Aranda del Duero the grapes are transformed in order to craft some of the finest wines of the region, where the freshness of high altitude vineyards is combined with the natural concentration due to wanted low yields. The fermentation with indigenous yeasts and the lack of filtration gives an extra layer of complexity to all the wines.