The history of Bodegas Emilio Moro dates back three generations. The grandfather of the third generation of Emilio Moro was born in 1891, and his son, Emilio Moro, was born in 1932. Both were born into a wine growing environment, surrounded by vineyards. They grew up treading grapes in their hometown of Pesquera de Duero in the province of Valladolid.
Emilio Moro instilled in his son a love of wine and his son, in turn, passed this on to the third generation, who currently manage the winery.
D.O. RIBERA DEL DUERO
We are Ribera del Duero Designation of Origin, one of the most important and recognised wine growing regions, whose weather conditions and privileged location result in one of the highest quality wines in Spain
The first generation of the Moro family planted different varieties through which, over the years, they determined that the variety that is best adapted to our climate and soils is Tempranillo
Innovation was born in our wineries when Emilio Moro planted the Tinto Fino Clone, differentiating us forever. From that moment on, we've not stopped innovating. From the development of indigenous yeasts, digital field notebooks, drones and geolocation in the vineyard, to our flagship sensing project, Sensing4Farming.
In addition, there is a film commitment to innovation in communication, and the creation of a culture of innovation that involves all stakeholders in our value chain.
The land has managed to give us so much that we will always be indebted to it. Our commitment to society is embodied in the Emilio Moro Foundation, an institution that, since 2008, has been contributing to the fair distribution of resources and helping to alleviate social exclusion.