These vineyards, planted in the early 20th century, are the living legacy of our family’s history that we are committed to upkeeping.

The grape varieties are very well-balanced, with a deep root system that allows them to conserve their acidity, resulting in fresh, elegant wines.

Organically-cultivated goblet-pruned vines spread over a number of small plots of land. They grow at between 450 and 550 metres above sea level in the stony soil of the foothills with its characteristic limestone, loam and clay.

The unique genetic diversity of the mature Garnacha vines makes them a treasured part of our heritage that has to be protected.
This diversity is the result of the plant selection made by those who came before us.
They weren’t clonally propagated, but rather a range of hundreds of plants were chosen, creating great intraspecies diversity – the Garnacha variety was in itself diverse, in other words. In order to ensure that each plot of Garnacha vines was well balanced, the farmers of yesteryear planted a series of random varieties in small proportion. These were minor grape varieties which in some cases were in danger of extinction and with which people would try to use in wine production, sooner or later, including Garnacha Blanca, Garnacha Roya, Desgranadera, Viura, Pasera, Vidau de Barillas, Garzuela, Morate and Beltza.

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