Our wine project Prieto Pariente has been published in the Spanish wine magazine Vinos y Restaurantes this month. Here you can read a translated version.
The Prieto Pariente family presents a new project based on the enthusiasm and commitment of the third generation, as well as the support and experience of the second generation of winemakers. The core of this new journey is something as old as the practice of winemaking in their land, that is, the expression of the origin through the search and selection of the oldest vineyards in their region. They strongly believe in a sustainable viticulture, and in respecting the roots. Difference, territory and selection define the project of Prieto Pariente.
Additionally, they identify themselves with names such as Castile and Leon, Valladolid, the paramos of the North Plateau of Spain, and the mineral hillsides of Cebreros and Bierzo that enclose their region.
Their aim is to create wines with unique personalities, that provide a distinctive character and with a profile of freshness and complexity. Their first line of wines is called “Páramos de Valladolid”, and consist of two multi varietal red wines: El Origen de Prieto Pariente and Prieto Pariente.