From the very beginning Casar de Burbia decided to invest in micro-vinifications, since we knew that this is the only way we could really understand the capacity of each of our vineyards.
The winery grows as the needs of the vineyards and our knowledge of them have grown. We have always wanted to make wines that will last, so our wines are designed to age and gain complexity over time.
We make our wines mainly in fudres, or very large barrels, to respect the identity of our grapes and their soil, and our most unique plots in open 500 litre barrels, which is the most minimalist way of micro-vinifying.
To prevent any unnecessary interference with the wine we use the different levels of the winery to let gravity and not pumps do the work.
We want all the work in the winery to respect the identity of the land and the grapes as much as possible. As the harvests progress and with them our experience, we readapt the work, always in an attempt to make each wine representative and transparent.
Due to Isidro Fernández Bello's insight and the growing French influence on his oenological work, Casar de Burbia has become one of the latest cult wineries in Spain.