Hermanos Lurton

Hermanos Lurton Winery
The Lurton brothers have always been motivated by a challenge. In the 80s, Spain had a reputation for making excellent red wines but not white wines. With his experience in white wine making, however, Jacques Lurton saw the unexploited potential of the Rueda region, lying just west of the Ribera del Duero, for whites. Consequently, in July 1992, Jacques and Francois set up Hermanos Lurton in the village of La Seca, Spain.

The vineyards in Rueda are very old, blush-vines planted in deep, rocky soils on the alluvial river plain. The Tempranillo grape produces flavorful and sturdy reds here (and recently received D.O. status in 2000), but the whites, from Viura, Verdejo, and Sauvignon Blanc, have perhaps even greater potential. The extraordinary local terroirs allow Hermanos Lurton to produce wines which are rich in both character and tradition. Hermanos Lurton's goal is to employ the most modern techniques in order to preserve the regional character of the vineyards and the grapes.

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