Barón de Ley
Renovations in the late 90s took Barón de Ley back to its 19th Century roots in Spain's Rioja region. Barón de Ley’s old monastery became the monastery cellar, and its Old world, Benedictine foundations provided a viable springboard for ongoing growth. The vineyard and cellar is in close proximity, which ensures special care of grapes. Six French-oak vats are part of a 20-fold process that takes the grapes from fermentation to bottling. Baron de Ley’s diverse set of wines speak to its refined and time-tested methods.