Bodegas Valdemar

A winery with history
With a lot of stories to tell

Being the first to make a cask-fermented white wine, rediscovering the bleeding method for making rosé wines or lending our name to single-variety wines of unique varieties such as Maturana or Tempranillo Blanco are just some of the small parts of our history which have enabled us to build a Great History. All our wines are synonymous with quality, tradition and our deep love of wine.

Valdemar wineyards

Working with our own vineyards is the key to our philosophy

The Bodegas Valdemar vineyards are located in the regions of Rioja Alta, Rioja Baja and Rioja Alavesa, conferring a unique and exclusive personal identity to all our wine ranges.

Selección joven y fresco: Tinto + Blanco

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Selección joven y fresco: Tinto + Blanco

Tradición y calidad

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Tradición y calidad

La mejor opción para el verano

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La mejor opción para el verano

The wineries


News Valdemar

29 July 2016

We're about to say goodbye to July (we want to start this post with a goodbye, as the last time we started by saying Hi (link to #HiSummer post - event video)) and there is a statement that we are sure that we can all agree on: this month has been too hot.

15 July 2016

Summer continues on its course in our winery. Our way or welcoming summer, as we mentioned on our blog was to say #HolaVerano, accompanied by our young wines, Conde Valdemar Viura – Verdejo, Conde Valdemar Tempranillo, Conde Valdemar Rosé and Conde Valdemar Rosado.

03 June 2016

“Great minds think alike”, says the (in truth not very old) English proverb. The last thing we want to do is sound pretentious, but this is the phrase that comes to mind when we think of the relationship that links us with the Basque Culinary Center. We're really satisfied and proud of it.

Latest tweets

Hace 3 weeks 5 hours : Trabajamos con viñedos propios y hemos aprendido a escucharlos
Hace 3 weeks 6 hours : Martes de vino y rosas #Buenosdías
Hace 3 weeks 6 hours : RT : Consejos para reconocer (y beber) los mejores vinos