1993Izadi in Villabuena de Álava opens to the public, becoming one of the first wineries with its own restaurant, hotel, and guided tours. Different events of the pioneering Vitoria Signature Cuisine Congress will be held there.
2005The Orben project in Rioja brings an end to a period of expansion during which Finca Villacreces (2003) and Vetus (2004) became part of the group. As a result, Artevino now has four wineries, operating in Rioja, Ribera, and Toro.
2010Izadi, approaching a quarter of a century since its foundation, is ranked as one of the 100 best wineries in the world by the American magazine Wine & Spirits.
2012Finca Villacreces rises to fame thanks to Pruno, considered by Robert Parker (The Wine Advocate) as the best Spanish wine in history for under 20 dollars.
2017With the acquisition of Pinos Claros, in the Golden Mile of Ribera del Duero, Artevino expands to 275 hectares of vineyards, 70% of which are organically grown.
2019The Top 100 ranking by prestigious American magazine Wine Spectator ranks Orben as the best Spanish wine of the year, and places it among the 15 most highly rated wines in the world.
2021Artevino's commitment to sustainability and its respect for its origins led them to certify all their wineries in the Wineries for Climate Protection programme.