The winery’s history goes back more than two hundred years to the town of La Horra in the heart of the Ribera del Duero region. In 1777 Abundio Balbás, the pioneer, began to use his own grapes to produce red wine for local consumption, which he transported and distributed in wineskins known as odres, which he made himself. The family continued to make and sell wineskins until the arrival of glass bottles.

Time in oak barrels: 18 months in French
Time in bottle: 12 months
Grape varieties: 75% Tempranillo and 25% Merlot.
A modern style of wine in which certain principles
have been followed in accordance with the special
production methods of designated “VINOS DE
PAGO”.

Time in oak barrels: 24 months in French
Time in bottle: 18 months
Grape varieties: 90% Tempranillo and 10% Cabernet
Sauvignon
Brilliant red tones with orangey hues. Intense ruby glints.
Pronounced, dense tears are evidence of its smoothness in
the mouth.

Time in oak barrels: 36 months in French
Time in bottle: 36 months
Grape varieties: 90% Tempranillo and 10%
Cabernet Sauvignon
Wine of slow evolution, well covered and dense
tear.

Balbas

Time in oak barrels: 18 months in French
Time in bottle: 12 months
Grape varieties: 90% Tempranillo and 10% Cabernet
Sauvignon
Intense and deep colour very bright cherry colour, brilliant,
clean with very intense ruby glints.

Time in oak barrels: 36 months in American and French
Time in bottle: 36 months
Grape varieties: 75% Tempranillo, 20% Cabernet
Sauvignon and 5 Merlot.
Beautiful dark cherry colour with hints of ruby-red. Depth
of colouring and its dense pigmentation stand out.