The first written records about winemaking in this region date back to 1203 and were founded in the Monastery of Veruela. The monks had an essential role in the development of vinegrowing and winemaking in the region.
In the 19th century, private wineries in the foothills surrounding Veruela began to emerge and in the 1950´s economic difficulties pushed small producers to join their forces and six co-operatives emerge, which compromises most of the DO.
We have always loved these wines and are excited to give them an entire night to feature this region. We have never had a bad bottle, and we think you'll agree.
Our good friend Monty B Hornback will be joining us as well as our friends Meat + Cheese board. Wine tasting are always a good time to try some cool things, and meet some new friends.