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La Unica, First Edition (Sold Out)

La Única was created with the main purpose of displaying, for the first time, the numerous assets of red wines from Rioja, Ribera del Duero and Toro in a single wine.

Tempranillo from each one of these wine-making prestigious regions were combined to create a coupage that exhibits the best from each area and makes of La Única a wine of an unprecedented essence and character.

Each hand painted label takes the colours of “the land blood” to represent its origin and history with each line.

9/12/2015

La Unica, Third Edition

La Única was created with the main purpose of displaying, for the first time, the numerous assets of red wines from Rioja, Ribera del Duero and Toro in a single wine.

Tempranillo from each one of these wine-making prestigious regions get together to create a coupage that exhibits the best from each area and makes of La Única a wine of an unprecedented essence and character.

Wine and art are blended in this limited edition of 6,300 bottles. Each hand painted label takes the colours of “the land blood” to represent its origin and history with each line.

20/11/2015

La Única, Second Edition

La Única is born with a purpose: to display the numerous virtues of the red wines from Rioja, Ribera del Duero and Toro, united for the first time in the same wine.

The varieties of the grape Tempranillo in each of these prestigious wine- making regions are blended in a coupage that shows the best of themselves, making of La Única a wine with a new personality and character.

Wine and art are united in this limited edition of 2,600 bottles. Each label, painted by hand with the colour of “the blood of the land”, symbolizes the origin and history in each drawing.

26/2/2015

Winery in La Rioja

The winery, which opened in 2006, is one of the largest in La Rioja. It is located next to an ancient river bed and from it you enjoy views of the mountains in Rioja Alavesa. It combines tradition with modern architecture. Huge chimneys and steel covers resemble a vessel that dominates the landscape. A fir-wood baseboard embellishes the barrel cellar.

The statue of a lady harvester carrying a basket of grapes on her head stands proudly at the entrance of the Pagos del Rey winery. This statue is a symbol of the long lasting wine making tradition in the region.

The Solís family is associated to more than 1,000 family-owned vine growers that cover around 3,500 hectares across La Rioja.

Our expert oenologists combine tradition with modernity to create excellent red wines typical of Rioja. Our privileged position in Fuenmayor also allows us to reach different vineyards and take advantage of the different ripening cycles and grape varieties in the regions to elaborate our excellent wines.

Our Pagos del Rey La Rioja winery was opened in 2006.

19/9/2014

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Winery in Ribera del Duero

Built in 2002, the modern Pagos del Rey winery rises majestically from its surroundings. The concrete walls and its dramatic cantilevered roof protect the inside from the baking heat of the sun. The beautifully designed reception as well as the wine making areas have been built as a harmonious and vast pillar free space. The grand window at the reception area allows for a panoramic view over acres of vineyards. This cleverly designed building holds glistening stainless steel tanks and the latest wine making technology.

It is not by chance that the winery is located at the small town of Olmedillo de Roa in Burgos province. This decision was driven by the strong ties of the Solís family to the region.

The cellars hold a sculpture of the Greek goddess, Ariadne, who is holding a bunch of grapes in her hand. Ariadne represents the wine and the arrival of spring with the awakening of vines. Classical music and opera are often heard in the cellars as the wines slumber in their air-conditioned ecosystem.

The Solís family owns two vineyards (70 hectares) and works in partnership with 450 family-owned vineyards that cover around 1,600 hectares.

19/9/2014

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