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A revolutionary concept in cider

Valverán’s story is about

never giving up…

Of trial and error, of going back to the drawing board again and again, and one last time …

It’s the story of thousand attempts. Of more than two decades of sacrifice. And in the end, of 20 apples concentrated into a unique, surprising, healthy and delicious product.

Valverán is an ambitious and fresh concept of Asturian cider, ice cider, which today triumphs in the best restaurants in the world and wins over even the most refined palates.

Valverán is Asturias; it is the essence of a natural paradise, it is the craftsmanship and patience required to create a product that needs nearly two years of preparation.

It is the pioneer reinvention in Spain of a traditional Asturian product that was created in a cider press house dedicated exclusively to bringing this essence to life and taking it to the next level.

It is proof that dreams are fulfilled only if you truly believe in both them and yourself.

Valverán’s story is about never giving up…

Of trial and error, of going back to the drawing board again and again, and one last time …

It’s the story of thousand attempts. Of more than two decades of sacrifice. And in the end, of 20 apples concentrated into a unique, surprising, healthy and delicious product.

Valverán is an ambitious and fresh concept of Asturian cider, ice cider, which today triumphs in the best restaurants in the world and wins over even the most refined palates.

Valverán is Asturias; it is the essence of a natural paradise, it is the craftsmanship and patience required to create a product that needs nearly two years of preparation.

It is the pioneer reinvention in Spain of a traditional Asturian product that was created in a cider press house dedicated exclusively to bringing this essence to life and taking it to the next level.

It is proof that dreams are fulfilled only if you truly believe in both them and yourself.

The story behind a very personal project

Valverán is a cider press house located in Sariego, in the heart of the Asturias cider region, where we care for more than 35,000 apple trees using integrated cultivation. It is a magical enclave where the green hues of the landscape blend beautifully with the colors of the perfectly aligned orchards.

Valverán is the product of the Masaveu family project, created by José Masaveu in 1998 and directed by his guiding vision since that time. A cider dream come true, in which years of hard work have been invested.

It is also a pioneer project that, in 2007, converted Valverán into the first cider press in the Iberian Peninsula to produce the first Asturian ice cider. And today it is still the only cider press in Spain dedicated exclusively to the production of a product as special as ice cider.

The story behind a very personal project

Valverán is a cider press house located in Sariego, in the heart of the Asturias cider region, where we care for more than 35,000 apple trees using integrated cultivation. It is a magical enclave where the green hues of the landscape blend beautifully with the colors of the perfectly aligned orchards.

Valverán is the product of the Masaveu family project, created by José Masaveu in 1998 and directed by his guiding vision since that time. A cider dream come true, in which years of hard work have been invested.

It is also a pioneer project that, in 2007, converted Valverán into the first cider press in the Iberian Peninsula to produce the first Asturian ice cider. And today it is still the only cider press in Spain dedicated exclusively to the production of a product as special as ice cider.

“We make Valverán on our estate in Asturias. Surrounded by nature and peace. And apples and ice.”

“We make Valverán on our estate in Asturias. Surrounded by nature and peace. And apples and ice.”

Carefully selected apples

11 different varieties of native Asturian apples paint the landscape of our estate, the most extensive apple orchard in Asturias. The varieties have been carefully selected taking into account the characteristics of the terrain, the climate and the highest standards of quality. Therefore in Valverán, acid, semi-acid, sweet and sour-bitter apples coexist, cultivated using integrated agriculture as well as a strong and true commitment to the land and the environment.

Valverán ice cider

 

Our ice cider is inspired by the exclusive Canadian ice ciders, ciders made from harvesting apples in a frozen state.

We normally say that for the elaboration of a single bottle, we need 20 native apples. But in reality we need many more because only the 20 best hand-selected apples will become Valverán cider.

Its preparation requires complex temperature control systems in the press to reproduce the same effects that frost would have in the orchard.

It is a delicate and painstaking process after which an exclusive limited edition of just 18,000 bottles is produced.

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Valverán ice cider

Our ice cider is inspired by the exclusive Canadian ice ciders, ciders made from harvesting apples in a frozen state.

We normally say that for the elaboration of a single bottle, we need 20 native apples. But in reality we need many more because only the 20 best hand-selected apples will become Valverán cider.

Its preparation requires complex temperature control systems in the press to reproduce the same effects that frost would have in the orchard.

It is a delicate and painstaking process after which an exclusive limited edition of just 18,000 bottles is produced.

Buy

Masaveu Bodegas

Masaveu Bodegas comprises the five wine-growing corporations owned by Corporación Masaveu: Bodegas Murua S.A., Bodegas Fillaboa S.A., Bodegas Leda Viñas Viejas, S.L., Bodegas Pagos de Araiz S.A and Pomaradas y Llagares de Sariego, S.L., located in different enclaves scattered around Spain, each its strongly distinctive wines, soil and soul.
In 1974, under the stewardship of Pedro Masaveu Peterson, the Masaveu family made its first investment in the industry with the purchase of the “Bodegas Murua S.A.” winery, following in the steps of their ancestor, Don Federico Masaveu Rivell, who already owned vineyards in the mid 19th century in Castellar del Vallés (Barcelona), where the family originates from.

Initially, “Bodegas Murua S.A.” was purchased with the aim of making wine privately, out of the family’s passion for wine and its links with the wine-making world. Following the decease of Pedro Masaveu Peterson, he was succeeded as chairman by Elías Masaveu y Alonso del Campo, who decided to restructure the winery and start marketing the quality wines it was producing.

It was in 1998, when he took over the helm of the wineries, that José Masaveu Herrero organised, streamlined and started to professionalise their operations. Once again, it was the Masaveu family’s passion and feeling for the worth of wine that led one of its members to devote himself body and soul to the wineries, an effort that he has carried on to this very day.

The wines made by Masaveu Bodegas are renowned as a benchmark of quality and an example of respect for the soil. While all our wines have their own unique style and a very distinctive character, at Masaveu Bodegas we try to ensure that they all stand for the same commitment: our commitment to quality as an underlying philosophy and as the force driving our conduct in all spheres and processes of the production cycle.

We are artisans of wine. We produce in small volumes: Murua 250,000, Fillaboa 200,000, Valverán 18,000, Pagos de Araiz, 400,000 and Leda 80,000 bottles. We don’t believe in large productions; our focus is on having close control over the process to ensure the best end result.

Making wine from our own vineyards, together with a determination to convey the character of the terroir in every bottle, are the common traits connecting all the different projects scattered around the Spanish landscape, forming a suggestive mosaic of varieties, colours, aromas and flavours.

Masaveu Bodegas

Masaveu Bodegas comprises the five wine-growing corporations owned by Corporación Masaveu: Bodegas Murua S.A., Bodegas Fillaboa S.A., Bodegas Leda Viñas Viejas, S.L., Bodegas Pagos de Araiz S.A and Pomaradas y Llagares de Sariego, S.L., located in different enclaves scattered around Spain, each its strongly distinctive wines, soil and soul.
In 1974, under the stewardship of Pedro Masaveu Peterson, the Masaveu family made its first investment in the industry with the purchase of the “Bodegas Murua S.A.” winery, following in the steps of their ancestor, Don Federico Masaveu Rivell, who already owned vineyards in the mid 19th century in Castellar del Vallés (Barcelona), where the family originates from.

Initially, “Bodegas Murua S.A.” was purchased with the aim of making wine privately, out of the family’s passion for wine and its links with the wine-making world. Following the decease of Pedro Masaveu Peterson, he was succeeded as chairman by Elías Masaveu y Alonso del Campo, who decided to restructure the winery and start marketing the quality wines it was producing.

It was in 1998, when he took over the helm of the wineries, that José Masaveu Herrero organised, streamlined and started to professionalise their operations. Once again, it was the Masaveu family’s passion and feeling for the worth of wine that led one of its members to devote himself body and soul to the wineries, an effort that he has carried on to this very day.

The wines made by Masaveu Bodegas are renowned as a benchmark of quality and an example of respect for the soil. While all our wines have their own unique style and a very distinctive character, at Masaveu Bodegas we try to ensure that they all stand for the same commitment: our commitment to quality as an underlying philosophy and as the force driving our conduct in all spheres and processes of the production cycle.

We are artisans of wine. We produce in small volumes: Murua 250,000, Fillaboa 200,000, Valverán 18,000, Pagos de Araiz, 400,000 and Leda 80,000 bottles. We don’t believe in large productions; our focus is on having close control over the process to ensure the best end result.

Making wine from our own vineyards, together with a determination to convey the character of the terroir in every bottle, are the common traits connecting all the different projects scattered around the Spanish landscape, forming a suggestive mosaic of varieties, colours, aromas and flavours.

Contact us

We are happy to answer any questions and/or concerns via telephone at (+34) 985 222 793. Alternately, feel free to fill out the contact request form on the right and we will get back to you as quickly as possible.  

PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION POLICY

Who will process your personal data? POMARADAS Y LLAGARES DE SARIEGO, S.L. c/ Cimadevilla 8, 33003 Oviedo.| For what purpose? In order to respond to your request. | On what grounds can they do so? Out of a legitimate interest in responding to your request after being approached by you. | Who else will have access to your data? Other wineries belonging to the Group or MASAVEU BODEGAS, S.L. should they be better able to handle your request. | What are your rights and who should you address in order to exercise them? Rights of access, rectification, erasure, objection and restriction with regard to the processing of your personal data, by sending a letter by regular post to: Dpto. de atención de derechos de los interesados, C/Cimadevilla 8, 33003 Oviedo (Asturias), or by email to  atencion.derechos@grma.masaveu.com. Alternatively, you can bring a claim before the Spanish Data Protection Agency, Agencia Española de Protección de Datos (AEPD). | How long will your personal data be retained for? They will be erased after handling your request unless there is any other relationship or interest arising from it. | More information: Click on the following link: Personal data.

         
Visit us

El Rebollar, 33518,
Sariego, Asturias

Visit us

El Rebollar, 33518,
Sariego, Asturias

ContAct us

(+34) 985 222 793
info@llagaresvalveran.masaveu.com

BUSINESS HOURS

  • Monday to Thursday from 9:00 to 17:00
  • Friday from 9:00 to 15:00

 

ContAct us

(+34) 985 222 793
info@llagaresvalveran.masaveu.com

BUSINESS HOURS

Monday to Thursday from 9:00 to 17:00

Friday from 9:00 to 15:00