Our winery is in Coruña del Conde, small village in the province of Burgos surrounded by heritage dating back to the Celtibers, the Romans and El Cid Campeador. (41°45’53.3″N 3°23’47.5″W)

And a rich wine making tradition has remained intact.

Our vineyard covers over 20 hectares, with a high proportion of centenary vines over which, we continuously carry out a strict quality control in order to obtain the best raw material.

The 900 meters altitude and the variety of soil helps us create tasty wines with different and marked personalities, making the most of our grape varieties; Tempranillo, Albillo Mayor and Merlot. All our grapes are harvested by hand in 18 kg. cases, then delivered to the winery going trough a double selection table (bunch and berry) and after, stored in a cold chamber to process grape reception at low temperatures. This will aid the pre-fermentive maceration and will help achieve a balanced deposit with regard to the soil, the climate and the altitude.

Small stainless-steel and concrete deposits holding allow us to process the different vineyards of the area separately, and to extract the full potential of each “terroir” around the landscapes of Coruña del Conde.

All fermentations star spontaneously, with indigenous yeast from the own grape. Also periodical “batonage” takes place to enhance the wine volume and smoothness. Wines remain aged in French oak a minimum period of 12 months to then being refined in “foudre” before bottling.