Bodegas Leda (in Tudela de Duero, a historic village just outside D.O. Ribera del Duero) was set up in 1998 by a group of friends and wine connoisseurs. They included brothers Eduardo en Alberto García, expert winemakers from the very beginning, with tons of experience and knowledge of the traditions of the Duero valley. Eduardo is still the technical director, responsible for monitoring the grapes in their natural habitat and for the winemaking process.
Bodegas Leda have a simple goal: making unique and exclusive wines that reflect the character of the old Tempranillo vines. The García brothers have concentrated above all on finding old vines in the Toro and Ribera del Duero regions. Naturally, Leda has its own vineyards. But they also work with carefully selected grapes from growers from Castilla y Léon.
Working with the Masaveu family (also see Pagos de Araiz, Fillaboa and Murua) has provided this bodega with extra financial and commercial possibilities, and this collaboration continues to be fruitful in finding ways to make the wonderful wines that we can now enjoy.