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Bodegas Grupo Yllera was founded by Jesús Yllera, Ramón Martínez and Pepe Yllera, currently Bodegas Grupo Yllera is headed by Marcos and Carlos Yllera.
Bodegas Grupo Yllera produces high quality wines for 6 generations now. They have more than 100 hectares of their own vineyards, yet they buy grapes from vine growers in the areas where they work to complete their production. They are present in the Appellation of Origin Rueda, Toro, Ribera del Duero and Cigales whose characteristics of the vineyard are:
For white grape: A minimum age of 10 years, and a production of 8,000 kilos per hectare.
For red grape: A minimum age of 15 years and a yield of 4,500 kilos per hectare.
The grape varieties they work with are:
White grapes: Verdejo, Sauvignon blanc, Small grain Muscat, Viura, Chardonnay.
Red grapes: Tempranillo, Tinta del País, Fina and Tinta de Toro, Shyra.
The cellar has modern facilities, where they have 5,000 stainless steel tanks and the most modern research equipment. French oak vats for the aging of their wines.
The harvest is done in a meticulous way, with a careful treatment of the grapes, manual harvest, and collection of the grapes at the optimum moment of maturity. White grapes are harvested at night, in the case of red grapes, a selection table is used in the cellar.
Pepe Yllera Roble 2016 is a medium-aged six months in oak barrels, a tribute to one of the founders of the cellar and made with tempranillo, is a fresh, soft and fruity wine, the quality line Group.The Yllera Group was born in 1970 in Rueda and then expanded by different appellations of origin provided under the umbrella of quality wines and personality.
Yllera 5.5 Verdejo Frizzante is a white wine made with 100% Verdejo grape and with a V.T Castilla y León origin designation. This wine is made by Bodegas Yllera, which was founded in 1970, are found in many areas of wine production in Spain, standing out above the rest of the town of Rueda.