Diaz Bayo
Spain, Ribera del Duero

The Díaz Bayo family are perennial growers in the village of Fuentelcésped, where viticulture dates to the 1100s and Reconquest of the Duero Valley. Ideal conditions for vines were found along the Arroyo de la Nava, a high valley just ten miles to the southeast of modern-day Aranda de Duero.

 

 

The estate comprises nearly 100 acres in multiple parcels between 2800 and 3200 feet in elevation, soil types encompassing limestone, marl and clay. Varied exposures further contribute to fruit diversity and extended harvest.The age of the vines, the great majority old-clone Tinta del País, ranges from 12 to 100 years, the average being well over 50 years. Viticulture is organic.

 


Current Inventory
Diaz Bayo Ribera del Duero Crianza 2015