Condado de Haza is a winery located in the Ribera del Duero region of Spain, known for producing high-quality wines that reflect the unique terroir of the area. The winery was founded in 1987 by Alejandro Fernández, who also owns the renowned winery Pesquera.
The winery owns over 200 hectares of vineyards, which are planted with Tempranillo grapes. The vineyards are situated at an altitude of 800-900 meters and are planted on soils that are rich in limestone and other minerals.
Condado de Haza produces a range of wines, including their flagship wine, the Condado de Haza Crianza. This wine is made from Tempranillo grapes and is aged in American oak barrels for 15 months. The wine is known for its aromas of black fruit and vanilla, as well as its full-bodied and well-structured palate.
In addition to their Crianza wine, Condado de Haza also produces a range of other wines, including the Alenza Gran Reserva, a red wine made from Tempranillo grapes that is aged in French oak barrels for 24-30 months, and the Malleolus de Sanchomartin, a single-vineyard wine made from Tempranillo grapes that is aged in French oak barrels for 18-22 months. These wines are all made from carefully selected grapes and are aged in oak barrels for varying lengths of time.
Condado de Haza is known for their commitment to sustainable winemaking practices, and they have been recognized with numerous awards and accolades for their wines.