Given the reputation Ribera del Duero has for blockbuster reds, Goyo García Viadera’s wines are a revelation. Here’s why he’s a name to watch. Given the reputation Ribera del Duero has for blockbuster reds, Goyo García Viadero’s wines are a revelation. His family owns Valduero, one of the most important wineries in the area. However, Garcia Viadero, a vineyard consultant, decided to go his own way and show a completely new face of tempranillo. His Peruco, for example, has more in common with Burgundy than typical Ribera del Duero reds: Pulled from a vineyard at 3,000 feet, it’s tense and vibrant with floral delicacy and an elegant texture—a completely new perspective on this famous region in Spain.