Vega Sicilia - The Latour of Spain

Bodegas Vega Sicilia was founded in 1864 by Don Eloy Lecanda y Chaves, a Spanish winemaker who was trained in Bordeaux. When he returned to his hometown in Castile, he brought together with him several Bordeaux varietals which are still being used to make Vega Sicilia wines today.

In 1982, the Álvarez family who are members of the Primum Familiae Vini, bought over the winery. In the same year, Ribera del Duero was classified as Denominación de Origen (DO) in Spain.

Comparable to the First Growth wines in Bordeaux, wine expert Hugh Johnson finds Vega Sicilia’s style to be most similar to Chateau Latour among all the First Growth wines. Currently, Vega Sicilia produces 3 wines, Valbuena 5, Unico and Reserva Especial. In 1991, the Álvarez acquired a neighboring vineyard, 8 miles from the main winery, and founded Alion. In 2001, the Álvarez ventured out and created Pintia in Toro. Subsequently, Vega Sicilia & Bodegas Benjamin de Rothschild established a joint venture in 2009 and produced Macan in Rioja.

Testimonials

Great selection of wines, quick response by their friendly staff. Wines were always delivered chilled and on time. My most trusted online shop! 

Harry Wilson

Ordered a couple of times from this website, love their service. They will always update me on the stock and vintage availability. Their flexible delivery schedule is also a huge plus! 

Samantha Wang

Easy to navigate, user friendly site. Tried to contact them using the WhatsApp chat & got a reply almost immediately. 

Edgardo Tarantino

I was in Singapore during a short business trip and wanted to bring some wines back. The wines were delivered promptly during my stay and packed nicely. Good job! 

Zhang Qi

Engaged them for a corporate event and everything was organized nicely. Professional staff with good wine knowledge, everyone enjoyed the session. 

Trevor Peterson

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