Bodegas Darien emerges joining the force of tradition of the emblematic wine region and this century future scope. Surrounded by the Pradolagar vineyards, the cellar is a sight by its own. The architect Jesús Marino Pascual designed the winery with the same spirit and care they elaborate their wines, thus each corner is fulfilled with thousands of details making it an unique inside, a perfectly appropriate space created to fuss over the grapes and the wine. The building reflects modernity and innovation of one of the regions youngest wineries. 2000 was the first vintage but the winery has quickly garnered praise for its oak-aged wines blended from Tempranillo, Garnacha, Mazuelo and Graciano grapes. There is also a museum on the site, holding one of the most important European Traditional Ceramics collections, with arts from XII to XX century. If weather allows is, you can take a promenade along 25 ha vineyard garden with spaces to rest and feel the vineyard, the wines and the soil.