OUR VINEYARDS

Our grapes come from three different areas:

Grajal de Campos, with very fertile and nutrient-rich soils, located at an altitude of 800m, where we grow our prieto picudo grapes with which our reds and roses are made.

Gordoncillo, where the Villacezán vineyards are located, at an altitude of 740m. The soils are mostly sandy-clay in composition, with sand and lots of boulders. From these vineyards we get our albarín grapes to make our white wines.

Villacé, in the Villacalbiel Valley, with very poor soil and lots of pebbles, located at an altitude of 800m. Area traditionally used to grow vineyards because the soil was not suitable for cereal.
The composition of the soil is stony-clay, with a very low pH, which implies that the vineyard is a survivor. Thanks to its root system, the plant seeks nutrients in the deeper layers of the subsoil. Some of these vineyards, around 100 years old, are being recovered and their grapes provide excellence to our best reds.

The Gordoncillo area, where the Villacezán vineyards are located at an altitude of 740 meters. The soils are mostly sandy-clay in composition, with some sand and lots of boulders. From these vineyards we get our albarín grapes to make our white wines.

The area of ​​Villacé, in the Villacalbiel Valley, with very poor soil and lot’s of pebbles, located at an altitude of 800 meters. Area traditionally used to grow vineyards because the soil was not suitable to grow cereal. The composition of the soil is stony-sandy with some clay content and a particularly low pH, which implies that the vine is a survivor. Thanks to its root system, the plant seeks nutrients in the deeper layers of the subsoil. Some of these vineyards, around 100 years old, are being recovered and their grapes provide excellence to our best reds.