Based in the town of Rueda since 1934 in picturesque XV century cellars, the firm now owns over 30 hectares of vineyards and has since moved its main operations into much bigger, more practical bodegas which allowed for expansion.
The vineyard soils are gravelly, stony clay and limestone which force the vines to dig deep for nutrition, while the bodega has all the latest winemaking equipment. The firm grows the traditional grapes for the area; Verdejo, Viura and Sauvignon as well as Tempranillo for the reds which are from neighbouring Ribera del Duero.
They even have a small hotel.
Powerful and persistent wine, with a good end.
Ample, fruity and herby with nice characteristic verdejo bitter on the finish
Single-variety wine from low yield vineyards where the combination of excellent natural conditions and a careful selection allows achieving excellent results from this noble grape variety. Extremely expressive and tropical on the nose, with hints of fresh fruit such as citrus, pineapple or melon. Nice and dry on the palate.
Tasty and well balanced, with a certain meatiness and good structure in its passage. Broad end, fruity and herbaceous, with the pleasant final bitterness characteristic of the Verdejo variety.