Finca La Capilla was founded in 1998 as Bodegas Robeal by Juan Miñón, with his son Rodrigo Miñón García serving as technical director and winemaker. 160 acres of Tempranillo were originally planted across the municipalities of Roa de Duero, Anguix, La Horra, and Fuentecén, and a 2000-barrel winery was constructed in Roa de Duero, the hub of the Ribera del Duero denomination.
In 2019, the esteemed Rioja winery Marqués de Cáceres took control of the winery. Rodrigo Miñón, a specialist of the Ribera del Duero terroir who helped his father plant the vineyards, was retained as winemaker. Bodegas Finca La Capilla can count on the experience of the Forner family, developed in its Bordeaux Grand Cru Classé, its Rioja and Rueda wineries, and in international markets. The project also has the backing of its winery professionals in Rioja who have demonstrated their ability to consolidate highly dynamic excellence and international prestige.