Condado de Haza
Spain, Ribera del Duero

Growing up making wine with his father, Alejandro Fernández always dreamt of owning his own winery. In 1972, he realized his dream with a 16th century stone bodega in the town of Pesquera, where he began producing 100% Tempranillo wines. Alejandro’s dream has grown into four bodegas, each producing exceptional expressions of Tempranillo with the respect for tradition and the land that he learned from his family.

CONDADO DE HAZA, D.O. Ribera del Duero    

Alejandro’s “château,” Condado de Haza was a neglected patchwork of vineyards when he recognized its potential. Located on a south-facing slope along the banks of the Duero River, the 500-acre estate was the first in the region to use modern viticultural practices. The wines showcase ripe fruit, elegance, well-balanced integration of oak, and a strong potential for aging.