Martínez Bujanda family shares their passion for wine culture

As is well known, wine tourism is tourism that revolves around the world of wine. Rural tourism, culture, gastronomy and wine are combined in a proposal that seeks to transmit the essence of a region through its link with wine.
In the case of Familia Martínez Bujanda, its three estates are very different from each other, but they have a common denominator, the production of wines from their own vineyards, located in privileged enclaves and all three have peculiar wine tourism options for all tastes.

Finca Valpiedra, a journey to the heart of La Rioja
Finca Valpiedra is located in La Rioja Alta, in a spectacular meander of the Ebro River, between the towns of Fuenmayor and Cenicero, which gives the landscape a unique character.
The estate has 80 hectares distributed over three terraces that go down to the river bank and which, after years of work, the technical team has divided into fourteen different plots, with altitudes between 406 and 427 meters.
In addition, Finca Valpiedra is one of the two wineries of the D.O.Ca. Rioja, which is part of the association Grandes Pagos de España. It is also a member of the Rioja Alta Wine Route.
This winery is committed to the culture of the pago, of the terroir, of the production of wines with grapes from the vineyard itself, from which wines with their own personality are born. Its experiences will make you enjoy visits with views from the viewpoint, walks through the vineyard, wine tastings and even a picnic on the banks of the Ebro River.
Finca Valpiedra has been awarded twice with the ‘Best of Wine Tourism’ awards (Great Wine Capitals Global Network) and has been distinguished with a Special Mention as Best Wine Tourism Corner in the IV Wine Tourism Awards of the Spanish Association of Wine Cities, ACEVIN.

Finca Antigua, a hymn to biodiversity
Finca Antigua is located in the municipality of Los Hinojosos, Cuenca, an hour and a half drive from Madrid. The winery is located in the heart of the ‘Don Quixote Route’, surrounded by windmills and farmland and is also part of the La Mancha Wine Route.
Here, you can enjoy an original and unique wine tourism experience, in which the culture of wine is mixed with the history of a region marked by the character of Don Quixote. You will also get to know the delicious gastronomy of the region, with which the surprising and innovative wines produced there are harmonized.
The winery is proud of its respect for the environment, which is why Finca Antigua is a magnificent example of adaptation to the landscape, with a functional and efficient building that blends in perfectly with the picturesque natural surroundings. Visitors can enjoy the extraordinary diversity of its vineyards, on routes on foot or by 4×4 and, of course, do tastings in its Manchegan manor house.

Finca Montepedroso, high altitude whites
The Valladolid town of Rueda, capital of the appellation of origin of the same name, lives from and for the cultivation of vineyards, winemaking and wine tourism. With an important historical-artistic site, its wide range of hotels and restaurants offers numerous options for visitors.
Finca Montepedroso, part of the Rueda Wine Route, offers wine tourism experiences for all tastes and interests. Always with its wines as a common thread, visitors can learn first-hand about the winery’s facilities, taste original harmonies or take part in vertical tastings of its wines.
Finca Montepedroso is a multifunctional space that also hosts art exhibitions, concerts and other activities.
From Familia Martínez Bujanda we want to encourage you to visit our wineries, to explore what is hidden behind their spectacular scenery and to enjoy a unique, attractive and complete experience through the wines that we elaborate with care, professionalism and affection, putting in it the weight of our winemaking tradition of more than 130 years.
You will enjoy the visit to our three farms with all the guarantees and recommendations to remain “Covid19 Free”.

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