Oro de Castilla

Historia

1955

Pablo del Villar Escudero, arrives to Rueda and buys to Mrs. Sara Pimentel her whole Estate. That is the beginning of the del Villar family venture in Rueda.
Personal

1955

Acquisition of the family house, which was originally owned by the former Major of Valladolid.
Personal

1958

Félix del Villar Rodriguez is admitted to the business.
Personal

1958-1989

(Español) Desarrollo del negocio de cereal que fue el germen del resto de las actividades.
Personal

1989-1990

First Verdejo-variety vineyards to be planted: Valdelapinta, La Morejona, Montico, Los Hornos.
Personal

1990

Sauvignon Blanc-variety vineyard planted: La Oliva.
Personal

1990

Tempranillo-variety vineyard planted: La Nava.
Personal

1992

First land Plot to be planted with the Verdejo-variety vineyards including the Clonal Selection material from the Castile and Leon Government regulations: Carrosantamaría.
Personal

1994

First Oro de Castilla Verdejo to be bottled at the Bodega Javier Sanz, awarded with the Gran Zarcillo de Oro wine awards.
Personal

1995-1996

Purchase of some 16th-century lagares (wine cellars) from the Maldonado family and starting of the restoration works.
Personal

1996

First wine production within the facilities.
Personal

1997

Pablo del Villar Igea is admitted to the family Business.
Personal

1998

First exportation sales to Europe.
Personal

2000-2001

Enlargement of the premises and construction of a bottling and storage unit.
Personal

2008

New production unit.
Personal

2012

Acquisition of 30 further hectares of Verdejo-variety vineyards in Alaejos.
Personal

Actualidad

Bodega Hnos del Villar currently owns 150 ha of vineyard, yearly produces 650,000 bottles and exports a 60% of its production.
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