Ancient lagares (wine presses) used to press the grapes and large casks where wine was racked, were left behind. Also, those underground cellars with the shape of a maze that looked for a homogeneous storage temperature became obsolete. Fortunately, the time has not rubbed these traces from the past and at present, they belong to the heritage of the Alvides Winery.
But our history starts with two small vineyards and a humble couple of farmers from Villalba de Duero. Specifically, with the plots ‘La Virgen’ and ‘Mirabueno’, having each one no more than half a hectare, inherited in the 60s by Eutimio Casado and Isabel Hernando, first generation of the winery. The aim always was that the effort resulted in expanding those plots.