Caserío de Dueñas a singular in a unique
location, where a profound harmony and a great respect for the land
have survived through the many changes
Caserío de Dueñas is not only a manor house but also a chapel.
It is living testimony to a unique way of making wine and the
working of the land in an estate that is truly unique in the area,
bringing together best practice in both the vineyards and the
Its history dates back to the start of the 17th Century when
these fields were home to a small farming village. In 1800, after
Godoy's land disentailment act, the hamlet was transformed into a
large estate in which vineyards were planted gradually. Over the
decades, more and more land was turned over to vines as they proved
ideally suited to the area.