The winemaking processes followed in Naia – the Verdejo wine that gives its name to the bodega – and Naiades – the barrel-fermented Verdejo wine grown in pre-phylioxera vineyards – are very representative of the work carried out at the bodega:

Naia The winemaking process of Naia is based on the search for Verdejo wines that are profoundly varietal and elegant and distinctly full on the palate. This is achieved by means of an exhaustive work in the vineyard.

Naiades The vineyard plays a key role in the definition of Naiades. The grapes are grown in small gobelet-trained vineyards, in some cases centenarian, with a very low yield that have been selected for their age and the different soils they are planted in, which vary from sandy through granite to slate soils.