Bodegas Bardos has dedicated to the production of wines from the coldest and Highest Altitude Area of the Ribera del Duero Denomination of Origin, the Páramo De Corcos since 2004.
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In 2004 was born the project that gave rise to the Bardos winery, located in the Páramo De Corcos. This area belongs to the provinces of Burgos and Segovia, and is characterized by being the coldest and hardest to work area of the entire Ribera del Duero Denomination of Origin.
So why build a winery there? Because Bodegas Bardos wanted to get authentic wines with the character of those lands.
The Páramo De Corcos has 10,000 hectares of land with calcareous soils that are subjected to extreme climatic conditions during all seasons. This makes working these lands an extra effort that in other softer areas of the D. O. Ribera del Duero.
It is a place where vineyards do not abound, because not everyone is prepared to endure the extreme heat of summer or the strong and cold winds of winter. But this makes the quality of the vines that do survive exceptional.
That's why the wines made with grapes from the Páramo De Corcos vineyards are so special.
The main variety with which the wines of Bodegas Bardos are created is Tempranillo, from old vineyards. But other types of grapes are also grown on younger plants, such as Cabernet Sauvignon or Verdejo.
The wines produced by Bodegas Bardos stand out for their finesse and elegance in the mouth, as well as being the faithful representation of the terroir of El Páramo De Corcos.
Currently the winery has four red wines with Denomination of Origin Ribera del Duero, of which three are monovarietal Tempranillo (Bardos Romantica Crianza, Bardos Roble and Bardos Suprema), while the Bardos Reserva also has a percentage of Cabernet Sauvignon.
In addition, Bodegas Bardos has incorporated Verdejo white wine into its range of wines. It stands out for its blend of fruity and mineral aromas, as well as its exact point of acidity in the mouth. It is a wine belonging to the Denomination of Origin Rueda, since it comes from vineyards cultivated in the area of La Seca (Valladolid).