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Pago de Los Capellanes

Pedrosa de Duero, Spain
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About Pago de Los Capellanes
Pago de los Capellanes - Founded in 1996 in Pedrosa de Duero, in the province of Burgos, this was the Rodero Villa family's first wine growing venture and was recently announced as one of the 100 top wineries in the world by Wine & Spirits magazine.
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Enjoy an exclusive day out to a local winery in Ribera del Duero Region and taste 8 excellent wines paired with a wide variety of bytes & tapas. We will visit Abadía Retuerta & Pago de Capellanes, maybe the best wineries in Spain.
Drive through 2000 year-old vines accompanied by a local viticulturist in the vineyards to learn everything there is about wine-making! 4WD adventure around the vineyards included. And a professional oenologist into the cellars. At the end, taste a full meal paired by wines of Ribera del Duero
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Machet wrote a review Nov 2018
225 contributions62 helpful votes
This was great experience in this modern beauty of a winery . Situated a bit out the way but worth the trip and the wine tour was in English which was a nice change from others . We had the pleasure of being joined by the owner Paco who took us to the vineyard to taste the grapes ..wow. Unforgettable time and fantastic wines .
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Response from PagodelosCapellanes, Director de Relaciones Públicas at Pago de Los Capellanes
Responded Nov 16, 2018
Dear Machet, Thank you so much for your visit and for your nice words. It makes us very happy that you enjoyed your experience in our winery. Looking forward to seeing you again soon! Best regards,
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AimeDominguez wrote a review Apr 2018
Miami, Florida6 contributions3 helpful votes
While we are familiar with this wine, the tour proved to be an exceptional learning experience. The family has really gone out of their way to ensure a quality wine as well as quality personnel. Gema, our tour guide, proved to be an extraordinary source of information and posses obvious pride in the wines. This was evident in her personalized manner in conducting the tour. The facilities were impressive and a definite must when visiting the area!
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Date of experience: April 2018
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Response from PagodelosCapellanes, Director de Relaciones Públicas at Pago de Los Capellanes
Responded Apr 12, 2018
Dear Aime, Thank you so much for your visit and for your kind words. It was a real pleasure to attend during your visit and we are very pleased that you enjoy with us. Looking forward to seeing you again soon... Kind regards!
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Rubén G wrote a review Dec 2017
New York City, New York8 contributions2 helpful votes
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After visiting a few wineries in the Ribera del Duero region, I can highly recommend Pago de los Capellanes, even if it may be a bit of a detour from the usual route. I had previously tried (and thoroughly enjoyed) their wines, but after visiting the winery and seeing in person how much emphasis they put on quality and innovation, I have an even greater appreciation for them. The facilities are cutting edge; they even designed their own improved fermentation tanks to achieve higher quality. Enrique, who led our visit, did a great job at explaining what makes Pago de los Capellanes different from other wineries in the region. Their wines are very reasonably priced, so make sure you grab some at the store! When I was there they'd unfortunately sold out of Parcela El Nogal (no wonder, it's a great wine at a great price), so I'll have to look for it back in the US!
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Date of experience: December 2017
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Jesús F R wrote a review Mar 2017
17 contributions7 helpful votes
We were a group of five and the winery touristic manager called Enrique took us through a 2h wine tasting. The way he described their work was so meaningful and passionate that surprised me a lot. I have been visiting many wineries throughout Spain and I have never run into such amazing stuff. The visit cost €15 with 3 wines included in the tasting (a white one and two red ones -crianza and reserva) There was another option worth €40 where the best wine of the house was included "El Picón" I truly recommend it and I want to come back already
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Date of experience: March 2017
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DBL47 wrote a review Oct 2015
Ottawa, Canada115 contributions43 helpful votes
A bit out of the way this modern bodega offers a very interesting tour of its installations as well as a different approach to pricing the visit and the cata (tasting): for 6€ you'll taste one wine, 2 for 8€, 3 for 12€ and finally 4 for 30€, if memory serves me well. Naturally, as the price climbs up so does the quality and complexity of the wines you will be tasting, all of them 100% Tempranillo. Visits are normally conducted in Spanish but we were told the bodega will offer visits in English upon request. Very courteous, professional and charming staff. As with other bodegas you can purchase their wines on site.
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Date of experience: September 2015
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