At Bodegas y Viñedos Ilurce we produce young and barrel-aged wines, with a characteristic and differentiated style, that recount the story of our bottled family.
The Ilurce Family wine range includes young wines (rosé and red) and our crianza, with its mix of Garnacha, Graciano and Tempranillo. These wines aim to propound the variety and the vineyard, revealing a more fruity side to the wine.
And then we have the Storied Wine range. These three wines are our way of expressing our love for the vineyard and the ties that bind us to it. Hence, we have our collection of Storied Garnachas and Sintauto, characterised by:
Made from old Graciano vines (over 25 years old) at Los Olivos.
El Sueño de Amado
Made with old Garnacha vines from La Casilla de Cabezorroyo, grafted over 100 years ago.
Made with old Garnacha vines (over 50 years old) from Rihuelo and Serrano
Every day we give thanks to the land for the forty-six hectares of outstanding vines, with their tranches of old varieties. From the outset on the vine itself, this land is the source of coveted wines
“Rio Madre” is a project involving Bodegas Ilurce and the largest importer of Spanish wine in the United States, Jorge Ordoñez. This project has been running since 2010. The Rio Madre Graciano has been acclaimed by consumers and critics alike in the United States. This wine is distributed exclusively by Fine Estates from Spain.
2018 saw the arrival on the market of our “Río Mazos” wine, also in partnership with Jorge Ordoñez. This was a further sign of backing the Graciano, which is making us so proud across the pond.
Río Mazos is the Graciano par excellence.