A Château in Ribera del Duero.
Their love for the land and for vineyards prompted the Sastre family to plunge themselves into this restless world of wine five decades ago. Severiano Sastre pioneered this grand project and, in the 1950s, he produced his first wines in the underground cellars in La Horra. He gradually used his profits to purchase more land and plant more vines in the area.
In 1957, he joined forces with a group of winemaking entrepreneurs and together they set up the Virgen de la Asunción cooperative. His son, Rafael, continued his artisanal trade and saw his childhood dream come true in 1992 when he opened his own winery in the heart of the Ribera del Duero wine country, alongside his sons Pedro and Jesús Mª.
Tour of the winery (Spanish, English, French or Italian). Visitors will discover the magic of this traditional family winery which is, at the same time, innovative and modern.
The tour will end with a tasting of its wines, to discover its most closely guarded secret.