Reaching the peaks of Ribera

The Ribera del Duero region in Spain offers fresh wines born of mountains, snow and lightning

2nd April, 2017
Ribera del Duero sits at 2,700 feet above sea level and is filled with adventurous, hardy winemakers

‘We are the highest wine region in Spain,” says Jose Moro of Bodegas Emilio Moro, an innovative winery in the heart of Spain’s Ribera del Duero region. “People often think that Rioja is higher, but in fact it is us, here in Ribera.”

The problem for Ribera del Duero is that almost everything written or photographed in Rioja or the Swiss vineyards features a snow-topped peak off in the...

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