The vines are farmed without the use of herbicides, fungicides, or pesticides. They both head trained and trellished, and all dry farmed. These vineyards are 50% owned by the family and consist of Graciano, Garnacha, and Tempranillo. The oldest vineyards are up to 90 years old.
The soils are characterized by stony alluvial deposits of the Ebro River. The vineyards are planted at 550M above sea level on the foothills of the mountains in Rioja Baja.
The grapes are destemmed and fermented in stainless steel tanks and concrete vats. Malolactic occurs both in stainless steel tanks and neutral French oak barriques.
The wine is aged in neutral French oak barriques and stainless steel tanks.
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