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Domecq Bodegas

Company group of 12 Spanish wineries (Bodegas) that produce a wide range of wines under different labels. The company is headquartered in the city of San Sebastián (Basque Donostia) in the Basque province of Gipuzkoa in the very north Spain, The origin dates back to 1970, when the Sherryhaus Pedro Domecq founded a winery in Rioja. By developing Domecq into a multi Allied Domecq In 1994, further wineries were added in Rioja as well as in other areas. When the multinational was destroyed in 2005, these wineries became the property of the French corporation Pernod Ricard, In addition to the below-mentioned DO wines from a total of nine areas of all Bodegas are also table wines, flavored wines (for example Sangria ) and liqueur wines produced.

  • Jumilla : Señorio del Condestable (Condestable, Señorio de Robles)
  • La Mancha : Cinco Casas (Emparrado, Viña Santa Elena)
  • Navarra : Vinícola Navarre (Las Campanas, Castillo de Javier)
  • Rías Baixas : Pazo de Villarei (Pazo de Villarei, Terra d'Douro)
  • Ribeiro : Alanís (Gran Alanís, San Trocado, Xanandro)
  • Ribera del Duero : Tarsus
  • Rioja : AGE (Siglo), Domecq (Marqués de Arienzo), Ysios
  • Rioja : Juan Alcorta (Alcorta, Azpilicueta, Campo Viejo, Marqués de Villamagna)
  • Rueda : Aura
  • Valdepeñas : Casa de la Vina (Alba, Casa de la Viña, Señorio de Val)

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