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1994

Moved to Nava Del Rey

The cornerstone of the project, a firm commitment to the Castilian Meseta and its terroir.
1996

Release of the fisrt BELONDRADE Y LURTONurton vintage on the spanish market, and first contacts with the markets in Japan and the United States

A dream come true, for the first time ever, BELONDRADE Y LURTON found a place on great Spanish tables. Thanks to the great reaction of critics and customers alike, the echo of BELONDRADE can be heard around the world.
1999

Planting the plots of Tomillar Grande, Tomillar Pequeño, Camino Ventosa and La Bodega

You could call BELONDRADE "a Bordeaux chateau in Spain". To make this possible, it was essential to lay the foundations for the project by having its own vineyards.
2000

Opening of the winery in La Seca and first vintage of Belondrade Quinta Clarisa

A building reminiscent of the Castilian Meseta, long and elegant, that blends into its surrounding. Vicent Defos du Rau designed the building that would be home to the future of BELONDRADE. A future that came in the form of a new wine: BELONDRADE QUINTA CLARISA.
2002

First vintage of Belondrade Quinta Apolonia

Balance and harmony are a constant in the BELONDRADE wines, and to complete the project: BELONDRADE QUINTA APOLONIA.
2005

First tests with spontaneous fermentation

BELONDRADE has always been concerned about increasing the diversity of the vineyards. Doing spontaneous fermentation with local yeasts was a logical next step in BELONDRADE's identity.
2007

First wine with 100% spontaneous fermentation

The winery's commitment to diversity and authenticity took shape in a new step forward, making its first wine using only spontaneous fermentation.
2008

First “Art and Wine” encounter

What started off as a summer evening among friends and loved-ones has gained traction over the years, becoming a solid, lasting project.
2010

Ecological certification

BELONDRADE has not only defended and practised sustainable wine-making from the very beginning, it is taking it one step further in search of the natural, authentic expression of the La Seca terroir.
2012

Inauguration of the Barrel Room

A brand-new, totally neutral environment: a blank canvas on which to paint and dream up the BELONDRADE wines.
2015

Creation of the Belondrade "Art and Wine" Foundation

Didier Belondrade's response to one of Didier Belondrade's constant desires: to share the worlds of art and wine with society.
2016

Purchase of the "Alameda" and "Cruz" plots of land

The obsession with diversity and character led to the selection and acquisition of these two plots of old vines located in one of the best areas of the region.