We believe in natural, biological, sustainable and sustainable viticulture. We use solar energy in 100% of our processes, we vinify without corrections or additives and we take care of the soil because we know that it is the key to our health and a healthy environment. We manufacture our own bio-fertilizers, bio-fungicides and bio-pesticides on the property, all naturally. To control weeds, we do not use herbicides, but rather they are manually removed and reincorporated into the soil.
Enrique Garcia-Escudero Head of the Wine Research Service Deputy Director of the Institute of Vine and Wine Sciences of Rioja, Spain "It was truly a very pleasant experience, in which we have to be grateful for making us participate, I think it is a concept of understanding viticulture and wine worthy of review. An illusion like the one you have, will be a precious asset for development from the region. It was a luxury to taste the expression of his project in the form of the great wines that we were able to taste. From Spain, from La Rioja ... a big hug. "
Eglantine Chauffour Winemaker from École Nationale Supérieur d'Agronomie Montpellier sup Agro France and Technical Director at Bucher Vaslin North America and Lamothe Abiet "The day I put foot at Dovinto, I have been impressed by the vineyard, the wines and the amazing people behind. This unique place, where the full ecosystem works in symbiosis allow Dovinto to produce exceptional wines. Wines expressing terroir, purity and joy ! "
Dr. Liliana Castro Lopez Research Professor at UABC Mexico "I have seen the winery grow and I am more and more impressed by the commitment and passion in every detail, which are reflected in their wines, which are of great quality: robust and above all, authentic. Dovinto turns out to be a must stop. if you want to taste quality wines "
Vidal Perez Master of Science from the State University in Fresno USA Teacher and Advisor of Sustainable Viticulture in Baja California, Mexico "At Dovinto they have taken it to the next level of sustainability, they are self-sustaining. From the production of their own inputs, such as biofungicides and biofertilizers made from vermicompost and its leachates, to the design of their terraced vineyards to prevent erosion and conserve the soil, a non-renewable resource. The effort they make in the vineyard is evident in the quality of their wines "
Jose Martinez Director of the Institute of Vine and Wine Sciences of Rioja, Spain "We remember with great interest the visit to your winery. I think it is an example to follow!"