The Valserrano winery (located in Villabuena De Álava) has more than a century of wine tradition during which several generations have dedicated themselves to the production of quality red, white and rosé (rose, rosado) wines with D.O.Ca. Rioja.
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The Valserrano family winery was founded in the mid-nineteenth century, at which time it received the name of Marqués de la Solana, a title held by its owner Francisco Javier Solano y Eulate. In those years the winery became well known and admired thanks to its great quality crianza wines.
Today the winery, located in the municipality of Villabuena De Álava, is under the management of the fourth generation of the family. Despite the passage of the years and the incorporation of innovations in the way of work, the essence of Valserrano remains the same as in its origin: the importance of the care of its own vineyards, the tradition and the quality of the wines.
In addition to its 65 hectares of own vineyard in areas of La Rioja Alavesa, the Valserrano winery also has another 15 hectares owned by suppliers. Most of these vineyards are very close to the winery, so the grapes do not suffer in the transport to it.
The variety par excellence that is grown in the vineyards of Valserrano is Tempranillo, a red grape that provides quality and is the basis of most wines made by the winery. But this is not the only type of grape that is used for the creation of Valserrano broths, but other varieties are also grown, both red and white.
These varieties are: Mazuelo, which provides acidity and aromas of aromatic herbs; Garnacha (Genache), which gives body to wines; Graciano, the Rioja Variety that is ideal for aged wines; and Viura, a white variety with which fruity aging wines are made and with a point of acidity.
Valserrano wines are not only known in Spain, but thanks to their export, the quality of these wines can be tasted in restaurants and wineries in various countries in Europe, Asia and America.