The grapes used in this wine are grown on pre-phylioxera vines that are over a century old, and they are located in small plots of land with a sandy surface. It is a sombre, concentrated, varietal wine; the maximum expression of the Verdejo variety. Original and groundbreaking, it has very little to envy from the best white wines in the world.

Denomination of origin


Tasting Note

Straw-yellow colour wine. On the nose, it recalls citric aromas and stone fruits, such as peach or apricot, and notes of fennel. It is a complex wine on the nose thatevolves aromatically in the glass by releasing different nuances. Balanced, dense and unctuous on the palate. It is a wine with structure and distinctly full on the palate.

Food Pairing

Roast Sea bass, mushroom risotto.


Year of fundation: 2002
Wineyards: 23.5 ha
Altitude: Between 750 and 800 metres
Average production: Stainless-steel vats and two French oak tanks with a capacity of 10,000 litres each
Average annual production: 840,000
Age of the vineyard: Between 15 and 130 years of age
Average rainfall: Does not exceed 500 litres per year
Ageing: In 100% French oak barrels with a slight and medium char. Barrels with different ages