Bodegas Diez Llorente was set up in 2001 to give continuity to a culture that has been inherited from generation to generation since the XIV century. The first members of this family had several underground cellars which were used to keep wine in wooden vats.
Wine used to be elaborated by a wooden beam press-system. Rosé wines were processed this way, but since the middle of the XX century  the tendency changed to red wines.

In 1965, the Diez Llorente family joined several local wine co-operatives and stopped comercialising bulk wine although they kept producing wine for private consumption until 1985, always taking care of their own vines exactly this way. In 1982 due to the foundation of the Ribera del Duero Apellation, the family began a new process of vineyard plantation. They currently own 173 acres of Tempranillo or Tinta del País grape, which are distributed among five different villages around the Roa area.