Bodegas Faustino, located in Oyón, Rioja Alavesa, enjoys international renown earned over more than 150 years of experience in the production and ageing of premium wines.
Crossing the doors of Bodegas Faustino is like stepping right into the history of wine. It is an unforgettable experience in a winery with the most extensive worldwide recognition. It is losing oneself in an immense barrel hall or in the spectacular bottle ageing cellars. It is discovering a great winery where more than nine million bottles are resting.
It is sharing the passion of a family for the land and a respect for a centuries-old tradition in creating wines.
It is discovering the essence of Rioja’s leading exporter of Gran Reservas
Faustino in the world
Bodegas Faustino began its exporting endeavours in the 1960s with a first shipment to Austria. Today it sells its wines in more than 70 countries across the world. Its main market is the European Union, which accounts for more than 70% of exports.
Other major countries where Faustino is present: United States, Russia, Australia, Indonesia, the Baltic estates and, recently, China.
Faustino I is most sold DOCa Rioja Gran Reserva in the world, with nearly 40% of wine sales in its category.
De Cerca Tour
We are proud to announce the sponsorship of the DE CERCA TOUR in the USA. We aim to contribute to the success of this tour and to increase brand awareness, convey core brand values as well as meeting relevant partners at our opening Gala on the 8th of March. For further information: www.bodegasfaustino.es
Grupo Faustino in Prowein Fair 2017.
Our stand will be located in Hall 10 Stand G57 as in the previous edition. We will be more than pleased to welcome you at our stand to meet our Management, Export and Marketing team and to discover our latest vintages, especially of the white and rosé wines.
Discover the new labes for Faustino V and Faustino VII
Renewed and updated labels that take as reference the iconic portrait of the brand and present in the best selling Rioja Gran Reserva worldwide: Faustino I