Torremilanos sits on a lower terrace of river Duero, located one thousand metres south of the river, in Aranda de Duero. The name dates back to the year 900 and recalls how strategic an enclave Torremilanos was in times past. It might be the oldest winemaking facility in Spain.
Calixto Seijas established the winemaking facility in Torremilanos in
1903. Pablo Peñalba López purchased the property in late 1974 on behalf of the Peñalba López family, and built new facilities in the estate, moving them from the centre of Aranda. At Torremilanos, we currently only produce wine from our own grapes thanks to 140 plots spread out over around 200 hectares of vineyards. Our production is 100% organic. Our wines reflect the personality of our vineyards and the year they were harvested. We also make our casks in our own cooperage facilities.