Research & Development: Protos innovates.
Getting deeply committed to research is one of the Bodegas Protos’ defining features. Furthermore, the combination of research, development and innovation (R+D+I) has helped build the leading position we have today in this field,not only in the Ribera del Duero area but also all across Spanish wine and vine-growing sector.
In keeping with the company motto of Ser primero ("Being First"), we have been continuously dedicated since 1927, the winery’s founding year, to improving and discovering new technologies for wine making.
Nowadays our technical team, made up by a dozen of oenologists, engineers and chemists, combine expertise and youth. This, together with a total of 3.4 million Euros being invested since 2007 to present, is the firm basis for a continued progress towards finding new ways to fulfil always a single aim: an ongoing improvement to make the best wine.
17 | 06 | 2010
PROTOS DEVELOPS A GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM (GIS) FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF VINEYARDS
PROTOS works with the Department of Agriculture of the local government in a project that allows to have controlled the vineyards
Keeping its philosophy of “being first", PROTOS continues to promote innovation through Cartosat project. This is a collaborative project with the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock of the Junta de Castilla y León, through the Agricultural Technology Institute which has introduced a system of inspections of the vineyards controlled by Bodegas PROTOS.
08 | 05 | 2012
Bodegas Protos remains loyal to its claim SER PRIMERO (Being First). Lookin for excellence in the production of their Verdejo wine, their vineyards have the better clonal selections of the native grape, Verdejo.
07 | 02 | 2012
PROTOS STARTS WORKING WITH JOAQUIN COSTA CARIÑENA INSTITUTE IN AN ON LINE WINE REVITALIZATION PROJECT
The purpose of this study is to promote viticulture in all types of users who have Internet access. This is an important advance that will allow the vast majority of people have free access to the world of wine, one of the most important economic pillars of our country. This institution, since 1996, offers vocational training in the field of viticulture promotes currently an online project that ...• Read full news
23 | 01 | 2012R&D / Previous
The main distinguishing feature of this study is that for the first time, it‘s included up to 46 different types of barrels per year, from the usual French and American oak to the more diverse from Romania and Hungary. It is well known that a great aromatic potential of grapes and taste are a necessary but not sufficient to achieve a great wine. This is also the result of a complex chain ...• Read full news