Dominio del Aguila is an organic winery in Soria province in the cooler, eastern end of the Ribera del Duero region of Spain.

Owners | Jorge Monzón and Isabel Rodero. Jorge Monzón trained in Bordeaux and Burgundy (he did a stage at Domaine de la Romanée-Conti) whilst Isabel Rodero, who is an architect, designed the estate’s winery in which the couple started making wine in 2010 when they launched their Dominio del Aguila label, says Pedro Ballesteros Torres MW (Decanter, March 2018).

Vineyards | Aguila’s also sell grapes to some of some of Ribera del Duero’s best producers, such as Pingus, Berrouet, Vega Sicilia and Aalto, says Pedro Ballesteros Torres MW (Decanter, March 2018).

Organic certification | To be confirmed.

Winemaking | The red wines are field blends from old vines, vinified in lagares with no de-stemming, no filtration, and long ageing, says Pedro Ballesteros Torres MW (Decanter, March 2018).

Pink wines

Picaro del Ahuila | This is a deep-coloured rosé.

Red wines

Ribera del Duero, Dominio del Aguila, Peñas Aladas 


Pedro Ballesteros Torres MW, ‘10 Young Guns’, Decanter, March 2018, p36-46.