Camino de Magarín

From a high plateau, the eye travels across a wide luminous landscape stretching to a vast horizon dotted with ancient castles. A path winds along the southern bank of the Duero River. It leads to one of the most beautiful spots in the region—the Magarín vineyard—where Verdejo vines thrive in soils with large pebbles.

Camino de Magarín is a Verdejo with four months of lees aging, made from vines planted in clayey gravel and pebble-rich soils. It is an exemplary Castilian wine, but with a distinctively unique personality

Rueda

Grape Types

  • - Verdejo
Camino de Magarín
Camino de Magarín

DO Rueda

On 12 January 1980, D.O. Rueda was recognised as the first appellation of origin in the autonomous region of Castilla y León

This wine-making area is situated in the highest part of the northern meseta right in the heart of the Duero high plateau.  It extends across the provinces of Valladolid, Segovia and Ávila. The alluvial, iron-rich soil features very good drainage. It has a continental climate with cold winters and hot summers. These characteristics are ideal for growing native white varieties like Viura, Sauvignon Blanc and, in particular, the Verdejo variety.

Rueda
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    Verdejo

    Native and exclusive to the region of Rueda, it produces high quality fruity white wines.

    Verdejo

5 Awards

  • 91 points - Camino de Magarín 2015 Spain · 2018
  • 93 points - Camino de Magarín 2016 Spain · 2019
  • 91 points - Camino de Magarín 2016 Spain · 2019
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  • 92 points - Camino de Magarín 2016 Spain · 2019
  • 92 points - Camino de Magarín 2016 Spain · 2019

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