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Campo Eliseo – whose name (Champs Elysées in French) is not intended to pay homage to the famous avenue in Paris, but to the souls of the heroes and virtuous men of Greek mythology… – is the fruit of a meeting between Michel Rolland and Jacques Lurton. Remarking that people always compared their respective styles, they came to the conclusion “why not make a wine together ?”
They were tempted by Spain, both agreeing on the potential of the terroir of the Duero valley, and besides, Jacques and François Lurton had already set up a structure there, in Toro. All they needed was to find the grapes to buy. That is how the Rolland-Lurton partnership began...