Winery in the 19th-century Castle
The Monte la Reina is a family winery located in the Toro Denomination of Origin on top of a mountain. The Duero divides the region with Tierra del Pan in the north and Tierra del Vino in the south. In addition to the winery, there is a 19th-century castle converted into a boutique hotel and an event restaurant with capacity for more than 500 people. The winery produces a wide variety of references, especially with Tinta de Toro variety, protected with the DO Toro. Recently, their Castillo de Monte la Reina Cuvée Privée wine has been awarded the Cepa de Oro prize as the best breeding in Spain. Their wine tourism complex is located in a unique enclave surrounded by vineyards that offers all kinds of experiences, including tastings, accommodation, thematic menus, courses, and workshops.
Absolute Combination of Technology and Tradition
The owner continuously invests in the winery for the installation of modern technology and machinery. Even the natural conditions in the region are ideal for the growth and cultivation of vineyards. The winery is half-buried in the hill that provides adequate temperature for winemaking. There two processing rooms have the best conditions for the fermentation of grapes. The ageing of wines takes place in French and Caucasus oak barrels. The room can hold 1000 barrels and new barrels are bought every year to ensure the quality and unique features of their wines. The main grape types growing in their vineyards are Tinta de Toro, Tempranillo, Verdejo, Chardonnay. The best grapes go into the production of their top-class red, white, rose and sparkling wines.