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Village of Rueda, is located south of Valladolid and enjoys a privileged location, within the itinerary that follows the N-VI.
The first news of the medieval “Roda” dates from the tenth century and in the seventeenth century, when it is given the title of “Villa” by King Felipe IV, there is already documentary evidence of that absolute and indissoluble relationship with the world of wine for which Rueda and its wines are known, nowadays, internationally.
In the following centuries, Rueda experienced a remarkable economic strength linked to the wine trade.
The testimony and importance of this splendor is evident in its noble houses with the coats of wine, as well as modernist facades and leaded gazebos, which make up a beautiful walk for the delight of the visitor.
For all these reasons, the town of Rueda is declared a monumental and historical-artistic complex of Spain and an Asset of Cultural Interest.
The replica of the Villa, was incorporated into the Spanish Village of Montjuic, built for the Universal Exhibition of 1929.
As a distinction to this valuable wine culture and tradition, flying the Verdejo grape (the main autochthonous variety), the “Rueda Denomination of Origin” was recognized in 1977 and it was definitively approved in 1980, establishing the seat of the Regulatory Council DO Wheel in the Villa.
Also, in 1986, Rueda became the headquarters of the Enological Station of Castilla y León.
It is important to note that, at present, Rueda has 21 wineries located within the urban core, including wineries belonging to the D.O. Ribera del Duero, D.O. Rioja Alavesa and D.O. The Stain.
Within the historical-artistic heritage, it is worth mentioning the Church of Our Lady the Virgin of the Assumption, considered one of the best examples of the baroque of the province of Valladolid, and declared BIC (Bien de Interes Cultural) with category of monument in the year 2013. Completed in the 18th century, with the layout of the architect Manuel Serrano and the main altarpiece and altarpiece attributed to Pedro de Sierra. Of particular value are the collection of silverware and the sixteenth-century Flemish triptych, as well as its baroque organ with the original pipeline of the eighteenth century.
The Chapel of Santo Cristo del Humilladero (more popularly known as Ermita de la Cuba), an original and elegant octagonal construction, was started in the 16th century and finished in the 18th century.
Another construction of interest is the Hermitage of San José.
The main festivities are: San Sebastian, which is celebrated on January 20 in honor of the Patron of the Villa, Our Lady The Virgin of the Assumption, which takes place on August 15, with the unique “Toro del Verdejo” and the Fiesta of the Harvest, declared of regional tourist interest in the year 2012.