Campo Viejo

Campo Viejo is the leading wine brand from Spain's famous Rioja region and the top seller in its category.

Campo Viejo range

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Main markets for Campo Viejo

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  • 1. UK
  • 2. USA
  • 3. Germany
  • 4. Sweden
  • 5. Ireland

Campo Viejo in short

N°1
Rioja wine brand in the world
N°1
of red wine SKU in the UK (Campo Viejo Tempranillo)

Know-How 

Campo Viejo brings Rioja winemaking traditions up-to-date. The unique micro-climate of Rioja allows the grapes to benefit from a wide variety of climates and soil types. The region’s most famous red grape variety is Tempranillo, however, it also produces smaller amounts of Garnacha, Graciano and Mazuelo. Rioja white wines are only beginning to gain recognition, but recently Campo Viejo launched a new Viura Tempranillo Blanco wine. Each wine blend, crafted by Campo Viejo winemakers, creates modern twists on traditional winemaking methods to deliver progressive styles of Rioja wines that satisfy today’s discerning modern palates.

History of Campo Viejo

1959
1970
1975
2001

Campo Viejo has a long, proud history dating back to 1959 when Beristain and Ortigüela, two talented Rioja winemakers, joined forces. 

Their wine was slowly recognised by experts in the sector and, by the 1970s, they had turned Campo Viejo into the leading Rioja wine brand. 

Their initial overseas sales in 1975 were a first for the Rioja region and the Viejo Gran Reserva won gold at Vinexpo in 1987. This triggered an export programme that now includes 70 countries.

To keep pace with international demand, a new state-of-the-art winery was built in 2001, which enabled Campo Viejo to combine traditional wine-producing processes with the latest techniques. Built partly underground, the award-winning winery was designed in line with the company’s strong commitment to sustainability and environmental protection.

Campo Viejo has a long, proud history dating back to 1959 when Beristain and Ortigüela, two talented Rioja winemakers, joined forces. 

Their wine was slowly recognised by experts in the sector and, by the 1970s, they had turned Campo Viejo into the leading Rioja wine brand. 

Their initial overseas sales in 1975 were a first for the Rioja region and the Viejo Gran Reserva won gold at Vinexpo in 1987. This triggered an export programme that now includes 70 countries.

To keep pace with international demand, a new state-of-the-art winery was built in 2001, which enabled Campo Viejo to combine traditional wine-producing processes with the latest techniques. Built partly underground, the award-winning winery was designed in line with the company’s strong commitment to sustainability and environmental protection.

Campo Viejo has a long, proud history dating back to 1959 when Beristain and Ortigüela, two talented Rioja winemakers, joined forces. 

Their wine was slowly recognised by experts in the sector and, by the 1970s, they had turned Campo Viejo into the leading Rioja wine brand. 

Their initial overseas sales in 1975 were a first for the Rioja region and the Viejo Gran Reserva won gold at Vinexpo in 1987. This triggered an export programme that now includes 70 countries.

To keep pace with international demand, a new state-of-the-art winery was built in 2001, which enabled Campo Viejo to combine traditional wine-producing processes with the latest techniques. Built partly underground, the award-winning winery was designed in line with the company’s strong commitment to sustainability and environmental protection.