REGION: Bierzo

Graillot and Pérez techniques unite in this exciting collaboration, featuring whole-cluster fermentation in cement vat (a Graillot touch), long macerations, and aging in large wooden foudre. Sourced from three sites in Bierzo, including El Rapolao - one of the appellation's finest.
Bodegas Luna Beberide was born in 1987 in the Bierzo region. A 16th century mansion is used for the aging of its wines and is located in the town of Villafranca del Bierzo and with a production hall located in the town of Cacabelos. The owner, Alejandro Luna, primarily focuses on Mencia and Godello.
Raúl Pérez is universally considered to be one of the world’s most visionary winemakers. Since producing his first vintage for his family’s winery at the age 22, he has been at the forefront what has been called “The New Spain”. His genius is only exceeded by his humility and generosity of spirit.
Dominio de Anza is Diego Magaña's Bierzo label. The perceptive Luis Gutiérrez of The Wine Advocate was moved to offer his kudos on a ‘flat out great’ collection of ‘brilliant reds’ singled out as ‘truly outstanding, among the best produced in the appellation.'
La Vizcaína is a project from Raúl Pérez that explores various hillside crus around his hometown of Vatuille de Abajo in Bierzo. One white and four reds are produced, with the vinifications remaining as fixed as possible in order to uncover the terroir signature of each site.
Today, thirty years after Bernardo Luna launched himself into winemaking, the second generation of the Luna Beberide family, led by Alejandro Luna Beberide, continues the same care and respect for the vines.