Experience and Precision
Every September the Rueda plateau resonates to the incessant movement of the vintage. The various processes combine experience, efficiency and precision in a fine equilibrium that will be reflected in the character of our wines, abounding in expressiveness and harmony.
We begin with the Sauvignon Blanc, which has a shorter growing season and an earlier maturation. A few days later the Verdejo is picked, much of it by night, when the low temperatures preserve the aromatic intensity of the grape. For the oldest vines, which are head pruned, we still pick the fruit by hand in the traditional way, which allows us to make a first selection of the grapes in the vineyard. To prevent bruising from too much weight the grapes are laid in 20-kilo boxes.