Campo Viejo, whose vineyards are located in the rioja region, is the first Spanish wine producer to be certified as carbon neutral. Reserva reserve series have grown for more than 3 years, matured for more than 1 year and bottled for more than 6 months. It is both light and fruity.
Its winemaking tradition dates back to the Roman empire, and rioja can be divided into three sub-regions. All of their various climate and soil result in different wine styles.
In 1959, two small historic wineries merged to create the imperial pastoral winery, and five years later the official winery was established
In 1976 the winery invested in new vineyards and began exporting wine.
In 1987, the imperial pastoral's 1978 Gran Reserva won Golden Prize at the world famous Vinexpo
In 2001, the estate moved to what is now Juan AlCORTA, an art-filled winery that is one of the most famous in Europe, combining ancient traditions with modern winemaking techniques.