OF OUR ANCESTORS
WE INHERIT TRADITIONAL METHODS
TO MAKE MODERN WINES.
José Alberto Calvo Casajús was born in Quintana del Pidio. His enthusiasm and passion for everything that surrounds the world of wine encouraged him to found Bodegas J. A. Calvo Casajús in 1993; a modern company, equipped with the most advanced techniques, but with a deep-rooted family spirit and that preserves the most genuine of the Ribera del Duero wines.More info
WITH THE SAME HANDS.
FROM THE VINEYARD TO YOUR BOTTLE.
On loamy-sandy terrain, protected from the north by small mountains of pine and holm oak forest, we cultivate twenty hectares of vineyards, mainly of the indigenous variety Tinta del País, which is over fifty years old.
Traditional pruning work, our land and the microclimate of our area allow us to achieve the perfect balance between acidity, sweetness, graduation and flavor of the fruit at the time of harvest.
For generations, both families, Calvo and Casajús have cultivated the grapevine and elaborated their own artisan wines, which were produced for their own consumption in old cave style wineries that today, are still preserved.
The elaboration of the Casajús Wines responds to that old tradition and familiar dedication: the knowledge acquired during generations, which long ago were used for general consumption with more modern techniques but respecting these origins.
José Alberto was born in Quintana del Pidio. This small town is located on the foothills of the north side of the Duero Valley that shapes the appellation of Ribera del Duero. He had the privilege of growing up in the bosom of a winemaking family, thus.
Neal MartinBest Wine Critic of the World 2020
“Casajus NIC is the top wine,... it is one of Ribera del Duero’s finest wines.”
“The new king of La Ribera, Parker turns Calvo Casajús into the new magician of La Ribera”
“The one with the highest score on the list was the 2009 Nic by José Alberto Calvo Casajús, with 97 points out of 100, a wine described by Martin as "sublime"”
Fernando MayoralTwo-time Champion of Sommeliers of Castilla y León. 3rd Spanish Sommelier Championship.
“Casajús Crianza. Impressive, it preserves the earthly energy of the Tempranillo, the power of the Duero and the elegance without ostentation. He was the one that impressed me the most.”
El Norte de CastillaPrensa
“The family winery of José Alberto Calvo Casajús touches the sky in the 2013 scores of the most influential wine guide in the world.”
Castilla y León TVTelevisión
“Casajús, one of the outstanding ones in the 2009 Parker NIC Guide. The best rated of its wines with 97 points out of 100.”
In Quintana del Pidio you will find peculiar places where time, nature and man have shaped their own landscape. It is a small town in Burgos where some old traditions of popular culture are still preserved. In this environment, privileged by its geography, its winemaking tradition, and in the heart of La Ribera del Duero, are the J. A. Calvo Casajús Wineries and Vineyards.