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The Denomination of Origin Rueda was approved by the Ministry of Agriculture on January 12, 1980; it was the first Denomination of Origin to be approved in the Region of Castilla y León, after years of hard work in order to earn acknowledgement and protection for its autochthonous grape variety: the Verdejo.

The Denomination of Origin Rueda possesses exceptional natural resources for the production of top-quality wines. Specialised in making internationally renowned white wines. Also, from the 5 of August of 2008 the red wines and rosé areprotected by the Denomination of Origin Rueda.

The production area included in the Denomination of Origin Rueda is located in the Region of Castilla y León and consists of 74 towns and villages, 53 of which are located south of the province of Valladolid In Valladolid, Aguasal, Alaejos, Alcazarén, Almenara de Adaja, Ataquines, Bobadilla del Campo, Bocigas, Brahojos de Medina, Carpio, Castrejón, Castronuño, Cervillego de la Cruz, El Campillo, Fresno el Viejo, Fuente el Sol, Fuente Olmedo, Gomeznarro, Hornillos, La Seca, La Zarza, Llano de Olmedo, Lomoviejo, Matapozuelos, Medina del Campo, Mojados, Moraleja de las Panaderas, Muriel de Zapardiel, Nava del Rey, Nueva Villa de las Torres, Olmedo, Pollos, Pozal de Gallinas, Pozaldez, Puras, Ramiro, Rodilana, Rubí de Bracamonte, Rueda, Salvador de Zapardiel, San Pablo de la Moraleja, San Vicente del Palacio, Serrada, Sieteiglesias de Trabancos, Tordesillas, Torrecilla de la Abadesa, Torrecilla de la Orden, Torrecilla del Valle, Valdestillas, Velascálvaro, Ventosa de la Cuesta, Villafranca de Duero, Villanueva de Duero, Villaverde de Medina, 17 to the west of SegoviaIn Segovia, Aldeanueva del Codonal, Aldehuela del Codonal, Bernuy de Coca, Codorniz, Donhierro, Fuente de Santa Cruz, Juarros de Voltoya, Montejo de Arévalo, Montuenga, Moraleja de Coca, Nava de la Asunción, Nieva, Rapariegos, San Cristobal de la Vega, Santiuste de San Juan Bautista, Tolocirio, Villagonzalo de Coca and 4 north of ÁvilaIn Ávila, Blasconuño de Matacabras, Madrigal de las Altas Torres, Órbita (polígonos catastrales 1, 2, 4 y 5), Palacios de Goda (polígonos catastrales 14, 17, 18, 19 y 22).

The different grape varieties grown here are irregularly scattered over the several municipal districts comprising Rueda Appellation of Origin. However, it is the area found within the boundaries of La Seca, Rueda and Serrada where vineyards are in a higher proportion and greater intensity.

There is only one D.O. in the region of Rueda, which is “Rueda D.O.”. Within the D.O. there are many styles of wine, and these styles each get their own back label. Learn about these styles and their corresponding black labels here.

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