Emina Ribera is situated in the perfect area and terrain for vine cultivation, due to the characteristics of the land, the climate and the adaptation of authochtonous grape varieties to the area. These locations produce the very best of these grapes that, if well nurtured, produce truly exceptional wines.
Viñas Rosas, La Cabaña, Valdelacasa, Hermano Diego, El Tomillar, El Horno, Valuenga, Los Apriscos, La Hinojera and Vermilion are just a few of the Emina vineyards in the Valbuena de Duero, Olivares de Duero and Pesquera de Duero area. All of these are located within the prestigious Ribera del Duero “golden triangle”, where the most famous wineries in the area can be found.
This vineyard is comprised of 33.24 hectares of Tempranillo vines grown on espaliers. It is situated at an altitude of 900m, in a level and stony area of the Pesquera de Duero municipality. The first plantation was carried out in 1998 and the vineyard was subsequently gradually expanded in 1999, 2006, 2011, 2013 and 2014. The vines are distributed in a 3×1.3 plantation framework and the vineyard has its own irrigation system.
Located on the northern slope of the Valbuena de Duero valley, this vineyard spans 2.54 hectares, first planted in 1997 and then expanded in 2013. The vineyard is located on the mid-level terraces of the valley, at an average altitude of 750 metres, where the land is inclined slightly northwards. A localised irrigation system helps to cultivate the Tempranillo grape variety here. The vines are grown on espaliers, following a 3×1.3 plantation framework.
This vineyard is situated in the Valbuena de Duero municipality. Here, the Tempranillo grape variety is grown on espaliers placed in a 3×1.3 plantation framework. The vineyard is comprised of 2.37 hectares of cultivated vines, planted between 2000 and 2007. It does not use an irrigation system and its altitude ranges from 845 to 865 metres.
Located in the medium-high areas of the Valbuena de Duero valley, this vineyard is divided into two distinct areas: Horno alto and Horno bajo. The former is situated at an altitude of 820 metres, on the plain at the top of the valley ridge. The latter can be found on the slope of the ridge, curving around its western and southern faces at an altitude of between 765 and 790 metres. This vineyard spans a total of 6.1 hectares, first planted in 1996 and then expanded in 2012, 2013 and 2014. Tempranillo variety grapes are grown here, on espaliers and in a 3×1.3 plantation framework. The vineyard does not use an irrigation system.
Situated in the Olivares de Duero municipality, this vineyard lies in the northern zone of the valley and slopes partially to the southwest. Its altitude ranges between 845 and 860 metres. Planted in 2002, it spans 2.31 hectares of Tempranillo variety vines. These are grown on espaliers following a 3×1.3 plantation framework and without irrigation.
Located in Valbuena de Duero, this vineyard covers part of the slope of a hill at an altitude ranging between 740 and 790 metres. Here, Tempranillo variety vines are cultivated on espaliers distributed in a 3×1.3 plantation framework. These were planted between 1997 and 2013 and were further expanded in 2016. This sloping vineyard faces various directions and does not use an irrigation system. Taking into account the 2016 extension, it covers a total of 18.88 hectares.
Set in the heart of the Douro River valley, this vineyard covers 1.44 hectares of the Valbuena de Duero municipality. It is set at an altitude of 755 metres. Planted in 2004, these Tempranillo variety vines are grown on espaliers in a 3×1.3 (m) plantation framework, without an irrigation system.
This 2.66 hectare vineyard is situated on the northern slope of the valley, nestled within the Valbuena de Duero municipality. The vines are grown on espaliers placed in a 3×1.3 plantation framework, using an irrigation system. The land slopes down towards the north and the central area of the vineyard is set at an altitude of 750 metres. The first plantation was carried out in 2010 and the second in 2012, using Tempranillo variety grapes on both occasions. The vineyard was subsequently expanded in 2015 with 1.5 hectares of Cabernet Sauvignon vines.
This vineyard spans 3.07 hectares right at the heart of the Douro River plain, at an altitude of 740 metres. Located at the southwestern end of the San Bernardo pine forest (Valbuena de Duero), it is comprised of 2.15 hectares of Tempranillo variety vines; the further 0.92 hectares are planted with a combination of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah vines, all on espaliers. It was first planted in 2002 following a 3×1.3 (m) plantation framework. The vineyard uses a localised trickle irrigation system.
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