Founded in 1980 by Mariano García in memory of his father, Bodegas Mauro has been committed to excellence from the very beginning. Balanced and elegant wines meant for aging which assert the identity of each terroir and the attributes of the different varieties.
Bodegas Mauro was the García family’s first winery in the Duero Valley. Followed by San Román Bodegas y Viñedos in 1997, under the Designation of Origin Toro, and completed with Garmón Continental, an exclusive Ribera del Duero project that began in 2014.
Three different approaches to Duero Valley viticulture based on respect for each territory’s unique characteristics to create a very personal winemaking philosophy.
The Bodegas Mauro vineyards are spread across 90 hectares with an average vine age of 35 years and yields of between 3,000 and 5,000 kilograms of grapes per hectare.
The grapes are grown on bush vines and planted on light, well filtered, and easy-to-work calcareous clay soils.
Harvesting in the Tudela de Duero vineyards begins mid-September with plot-by-plot staggered picking based on comprehensive maturity criteria.
Grapes are handpicked and transferred in 13 Kg boxes to the winery where they are cooled in a chamber for clean aromatic extraction.
Bodegas Mauro produces between 300,000 and 350,000 bottles each year with 60 percent destined to the Spanish market and the rest exported with a presence in more than sixty countries.