The Freixenet Group Ferrer Family Wines Cava is just one of many unique styles of wine produced in Spain. After establishing the Freixenet name in Spain and around the world, the Ferrer Family wanted to use its winemaking expertise to celebrate the diversity and heritage of both Spanish wine; and some of the best winemaking regions in the world. Discover the Ferrer Family Wines premium Spanish wineries below. Bodegas Valdubón Based in region of Ribera del Duero, Valdubón is one of the smallest wineries owned by the group – but its wines punch well above their weight. View Winery Bodegas Vionta Sitting on the west coast of Spain, with a climate that's influenced by the Atlantic Ocean, the region of Rías Baixas is known for its white wines and its signature grape, Albariño. View Winery Celler Morlanda The tiny region of Priorat was almost abandoned by winemakers 30 years ago, after a disease called phylloxera devastated its vineyards in the 19th century. View Winery Solar Viejo Rioja Old and new combine at the Solar Viejo winery in the worldwide famous Rioja D.O, part of Ferrer Family Wines since 2004 and located in the charming town of Laguardia. View Winery More From the Ferrer Family Wines Discover what other wines are part of the Ferrer Family Wines Finca Sala Vivé In the 1970s The Freixenet Group visited Querétaro in Mexico's San Juan de Rio wine region and realised it had the perfect conditions for producing sparkling wine. And so Sala Vivé was founded a decade later, with a winery based on the design of a traditional Mexican hacienda, surrounded by vineyards. Casa Sala The family home of founder Dolores Sala, Casa Sala is the place where the very first bottle of Freixenet Cava was made in 1914. Lovingly preserved, today houses a boutique winery where Josep Ferrer makes Casa Sala Gran Reserva, the Ferrer Family's most personal cava. Gloria Ferrer Caves & Vineyards The first sparkling wine house in Carneros Sonoma, Gloria Ferrer was founded in the 1980s. The Ferrer Family spotted its potential for making world-class Méthode Traditionelle sparkling wines in an exceptional New World terroir, building a Spanish farmhouse inspired winery. Finca Ferrer Sparkling In Argentina's dramatic Uco Valley at the foot of the Andes, stands Finca Ferrer winery. Built in 2003, the winery produces the sparkling wine Freixenet X, made with Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes planted at 1,300 metres above sea level so they benefit from sunny days and cool mountain breezes. Katnook Estate The second winery within the Wingara group in Australia, Katnook Estate lies in the Coonawarra Valley; growing a selection of grape varieties from Sauvignon Blanc to Cabernet Sauvignon epitomizing the 'Classic Coonawarra' style. Finca Ferrer Still In Argentina's dramatic Uco Valley at the foot of the Andes, stands Finca Ferrer. Built in 2003, the winery makes both the sparkling wine Freixenet X, and a wide range of expressive still wines.