Our Wines

Our wines reflect our life, everything that we have experienced since 2000 when we started making them, and everything that, after the arrival of our son in 2023, we have felt. Wine is our life.

Wine is love, and that is precisely what led us to be born in winemaking in Murcia, to discover and experience the banks of the Duero River and to the arrival of our son, Tokyo Gomez Rojo.

Three origins that are at the same time three destinations. Three different moments in our lives, in which we felt winemaking differently.

EL RÍO DUERO

The Duero is the most important river in the northwest of the Iberian Peninsula. It rises in the southern foothills of Urbión peak, at 2160 m above sea level, and flows into the Atlantic Ocean, in Oporto. It is 897 km long and its riverbank is witness to the best wines in the world.

Location
Valladolid, Castilla & León.
Calification
D.O. Ribera del Duero and D.O. Rueda.
Altitude
Entre 900 & 700 mts.
Latitude
38° 25' 00.87``.
Longitude
122°32'32.08``.
Grape varieties
Tinto Fino, Verdejo and Sauvignon blanc.
Climate
Continental.
Soils
Clayey, limestone-layered, calcareous and stony with pebbles.

Slide Sauvignon blanc
Crianza sobre lías
Tinto Fino
Gran Crianza
Tinto Fino
Reserva
Tinto Fino
Roble
Verdejo
Crianza sobre lías

EL MAR MEDITERRANEO:

The South. The Mediterranean. Our home.
Our winery and vineyards are located on the northern slope of the Sierra de La Pila Regional Park. In this unique location we find a unique altitude and climate for our Monastrell and Garnacha vines, limestone and clay soils in extreme dryness that provide concentration and a terroir that gives us aromas of thyme, pine and rosemary.

Location
North slope of the Sierra de la Pila Regional Park, El Altiplano, Region of Murcia.
Calification
Indicación Geográfica Protegida Murcia.
Altitude
500 mts.
Latitud
38° 25' 00.87``.
Longitud
122°32'32.08``.
Grape varieties
Monastrell & Garnacha.
Climate
Mediterranean - Semi desert.
Soil
Chalky and clayey.

Slide Rosado
Desangrado
Garnacha
Roble
Monastrell
Crianza


TOKYO GOMEZ-ROJO:

There are wines that are like a son.

They appear naturally and capture all our attention, all our love, all our admiration.

They appear when the weather conditions are right for a historic vintage, when experience has taught us how to achieve perfection in the care of a grape or when the story behind that particular vintage makes it stand out from the rest.

They are special. They are unique.

We call them magnificent wines.

TGR Magnífico vino de Pedro Ximenez.
My roots are in Andalusia. My love affair with Pedro Ximenez dates back to 1995, when I discovered this special grape while working with Antonio Sampalo (Bodegas Garvey) in my beloved Córdoba. Antonio taught me a lot. So much so that this Brut Nature is a tribute to those years we lived together and which marked me in how to understand my work, the wine market and the business philosophy. It is a zero dosage sparkling wine that smells of that Cordoba, of that Andalusia that saw me grow up.
TRG Magnifico Vino de Albillo Mayor.
We are fascinated by the vineyards that over time have become part of history. This is the case of the old Albillo Mayor that we found mixed among the Tinto Fino hawthorns in an ancestral vineyard in Paraje Valquemado, Hontoria de Valdearados, Burgos. We are amazed by the ability of generations of winegrowers who made the decision to use this variety to add acidity to the red, or to obtain a more commercial, more drinkable product in claret. We have not been able to buy this vineyard from Sebastián, but Ernesto believes that it is much better that he continue taking care of it himself. It is a white wine with a lot of structure and flavor and we know that an important part of its structure is provided by the Tempranillo clusters intermixed with the Albillo. We think it's sensational.
TRG Magnifico vino de Monastrell y Garnacha.
Monastrell was the grape that brought us to Murcia. And Murcia was the beginning of all our dreams. Here, there are corners of unique vineyards that invite to the elaboration of a great wine. Our 5 vineyards are located between two ramblas caused by historically heavy rains: La Rambla del Moro and La Rambla del Judío. These are cool areas and underground rivers that maintain constant humidity at a depth of less than 2 metres, forcing the plant to search deep for nutrients. We make a strong Monastrell wine. 7 years ago we planted a Garnacha vineyard in a Romeral watchtower. North facing. The ideal choice of the Ruggeri 140 rootstock, the selection of the right Garnacha clone and the impeccable management of this vineyard allowed us to reach a 2021 vintage of exceptional quality. Red fruit and black fruit. We are fascinated by how they complement each other, how they add up together. It is a beautiful Mediterranean story.
TRG Magnifico vino de Syrah y Petit Verdot.
In 2015 we discovered a charming spot in the Paraje de La Raja, a valley located in the northern foothills of the Sierra de La Pila Natural Park, and we understood that it was the ideal place to build the winery, adjusted in materials and colours to the environment. At that time Patrick Méraz de Haut Brion was our mentor and teacher and we decided together to plant a small plot of Petit Verdot and another of Syrah. The initial idea I think was to contribute to the Monastrell, but with the passing of time and care, these two vineyards have become two marvellous beasts for making great wines. Together they offer us one of the best wines we have ever made and tasted.

Slide Syrah &
Petit Verdot


Syrah &
Petit Verdot

Pedro Ximénez
Albillo Mayor
Monastrell
& Garnacha