Bodegas Vizcarra is based on family tradition and innovation in search of unique wines.
In the 80s, José Manuel Vizcarra was one of the pioneers in planting vineyards when almost no one was betting on the Ribera del Duero area.
In 1991, his son Juan Carlos Vizcarra followed in his footsteps making young wines and aged wines.
In 2007 the new facilities were inaugurated, where all the production and aging processes are carried out by gravity, thus avoiding the use of pumps.
Currently, Juan Carlos Vizcarra is the winery's oenologist, and he investigates and produces microvinifications of grapes from old plots.