Bodegas Emilio Moro
The history of his winery has been penned by three generations. Emilio Moro was born into the wine production culture, crushing grapes underfoot and decanting wine in his native village, Pesquera de Duero.
Years down the line, Emilio, whose father introduced him to wine production techniques, planted vines in the rest of his lands and grafted them with centennial Tinta del País cuttings.
In 1987, Emilio Moro’s children designed the corporate structure of the modern-day winery. Bodegas Emilio Moro currently spreads out over 200 hectares, planted and grafted with the excellent clone recovered from the oldest vines. They produce around 1,200,000 bottles a year.
The culture and values that the Moro family, and their company, abide by are Maximum Quality, Austerity and Social commitment. They support a host of charitable and/or humanitarian activities.
Bodegas Emilio Moro welcomes organised tours so you can discover an environment full of tradition combined with facilities including all the technical advances for making our wines.