In the heart of the peninsula, located on the northern plateau and with the Douro River as its axis, is the Conde de San Cristóbal Winery under the Ribera del Duero Designation of Origin, one of the most prestigious in Spain.

Its vineyards enjoy an extreme continental climate with pronounced temperature fluctuations and moderate rainfall. Some climatological characteristics that have a great influence on the vegetative cycle of the plant and the ripening of the grape.

Thanks to the 7 types of soils on the property, the extreme temperatures combined with the winds from the mountains, the wines acquire a high level of acidity, which gives them greater structure and longevity. They are opulent wines, with lots of fruit, body and color typical of this wine region.


The Conde de San Cristóbal Winery, located in the historic Pago de Valdestremero, in the heart of the Ribera del Duero, was built at the beginning of the century by the de la Mata family, who also owns the Bodegas del Marqués de Vargas in Rioja Alta.

The bodega was baptized as Bodegas y Viñedos del Conde de San Cristóbal in honor of his grandfather Pelayo, VIII Count of San Cristóbal, and due to the connection of the first Count, Julián de San Cristóbal and Eguiarreta with the area, as OYDOR of the Royal Chancellery of Valladolid.













 The vineyards are located in the vicinity of Peñafiel, in the area that Jancis Robinson baptized as the golden mile of the Ribera del Duero. With vines over 35 years old, the property is divided into fourteen parcels that surround the winery. Planted at different heights, this unique enclave brings us cooler temperatures during the hot summer months in this region.n.

The red wines of Conde de San Cristóbal are of limited production, dedicated exclusively to obtaining high-end red wines. We cultivate our vines so that they give low yields, obtaining only a bottle and a half per vine.