Familia Martínez Bujanda established Cosecheros y Criadores in Oyón in 1951, a winery conceived from the first moment to export quality wines and that belongs now to the "Vino de la Tierra de Castilla" IGP and wine with no IGP with vintage and grape variety.

The winery has state-of-the-art installations to elaborate wines and 6,000 American and French oak barrels to age innovative and versatile wines, conceived for the more “classic” consumers and for the more modern trends.


“Cosecheros y Criadores” (“Growers and Agers”) is a historic term that made the difference between the wine growers and wine producers for the quick consumption and commerce of wine in bulk (Cosecheros= wine growers), and the wineries that, with the development of the “modern Rioja” in the second half of the XIX century adopted the Bordeaux method of ageing and keeping the wines (Criadores= “agers”, “keepers”)