The wines from Toro are brimming with tradition. Their origins date back to before the settlements of the Romans. In the Middle Ages, they were greatly appreciated, and enjoyed royal privileges, these wines filled royal cellars and ships that were to sail to the lands of the New World.
The red and rosé wines are made mainly with the Tinta de Toro variety, always in search of the required degree of maturity to obtain wines in which the balance of their components is reflected in the notable quality of the wines. White wines are made with Malvasía and Verdejo.
Given the area's exceptional climactic conditions, the Tinta de Toro variety ripens early. This enables the wineries to also make wines using the Carbonic maceration system (barrelling of entire racemes).