In the heart of the city of Toro, located in north-central Spain, are the Frontaura and Victoria Palaces, 2 majestic buildings built in 1574 of immense architectural value. They are owned by the Bodegas Frontaura, which has been producing high quality wines since the 19th century in the most prestigious Spanish appellation, Toro.
The estate owns 120 hectares of vines planted in the valley of the Douro River, at an altitude of 650 meters above sea level. Its main grape variety is Tinta de Toro, or Tempranillo, which benefits from a remarkable terroir, in addition to the weather conditions, to get near perfection in the maturity of the fruit, making it possible to produce very distinct wines from vines of exceptional longevity, some of which are over a hundred years old. With the distinctiveness of the grape variety and winemaking techniques combining modernity with the tradition of aging in oak barrels, the succes of the Bodegas Frontaura is there, especially with the Aponte cuvée, its flagship.
As a result, Bodegas Frontaura is firmly positioned in the international market by its concern for quality, while controlling its own brands in national and international markets to be sure to reach the consumer with stable prices. For amateurs, gourmets and restaurateurs together, the Toro appellation is one of the most respected in the world.