Located at the foot of the Sierra de Gredos, Bodega Marañones comes on board as Alma Carraovejas' sixth winegrowing project. Despite its youth, Bodega Marañones has pioneered the production of quality wines in the Gredos area, positioning itself both nationally and internationally as a benchmark for exceptional wines of the Vinos de Madrid Appellation.
Bodega Marañones, a leading winegrowing project in the Gredos area of Spain and within the Vinos de Madrid DO is recognized both nationally and internationally for its high quality wine production and is located in San Martín de Valdeiglesias (70 km from Madrid) and will be led by Pedro Ruiz Aragoneses, who takes over from owner and founder, José Fernando Cornejo, who remains actively involved and this applies to the entire team at Bodega Marañones – a group that has fought tirelessly to put Gredos on the map since the winery was founded The vineyards of Bodega Marañones are located at the confluence of the Gredos and Guadarrama mountain ranges, characterized by its granite soil and where native varieties such as Grenache and Albillo reign supreme. The extraordinary beauty of this landscape - a mosaic of exceptional vineyards with 'postage stamp plots as we also see them in Burgundy and the Priorat. Located high between 650 and 850 meters above sea level, the unique combination of geology, climate and soil provides specific growing conditions. Bodega Marañones has the potential to express and create unforgettable wines, bringing the terroir of Sierra de Gredos into liquid form. Wines that, in our opinion, offer a different view of the Spanish wine culture with Burgundy-like wines.