Vino de la Tierra de Castilla
The viticulture is sustainable - without the use of irrigation, fertilizers, herbicides, or pesticides. The vines are dry farmed. They are planted on trellises, but are cared for to reduce yields as much as possible with the intent of increasing the concentration of the berries.
Poor calcareous clay soils with a high proportion of limestone. The surface is spotted with pebbles, resulting in good surface drainage.
The grapes undergo a short cold maceration and are pressed and vinified in stainless steel. Fermentation occurs at low temperatures to retain the natural aromatics of the Bobal and Tempranillo. Cold stabilized and bottled early in the season to preserve freshness.
New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania