Terroir

[fusion_builder_container background_color=»» background_image=»» background_parallax=»none» enable_mobile=»no» parallax_speed=»0.3″ background_repeat=»no-repeat» background_position=»left top» video_url=»» video_aspect_ratio=»16:9″ video_webm=»» video_mp4=»» video_ogv=»» video_preview_image=»» overlay_color=»» overlay_opacity=»0.5″ video_mute=»yes» video_loop=»yes» fade=»no» border_size=»0px» border_color=»» border_style=»solid» padding_top=»-30px» padding_bottom=»0″ padding_left=»0″ padding_right=»0″ hundred_percent=»no» equal_height_columns=»no» hide_on_mobile=»no» menu_anchor=»» class=»» id=»»][fusion_builder_row][fusion_builder_column type=»1_6″ last=»no» spacing=»yes» center_content=»no» hide_on_mobile=»no» background_color=»» background_image=»» background_repeat=»no-repeat» background_position=»left top» border_position=»all» border_size=»0px» border_color=»» border_style=»» padding=»» margin_top=»» margin_bottom=»» animation_type=»» animation_direction=»» animation_speed=»0.1″ class=»» id=»»][/fusion_builder_column][fusion_builder_column type=»2_3″ last=»no» spacing=»yes» center_content=»no» hide_on_mobile=»no» background_color=»» background_image=»» background_repeat=»no-repeat» background_position=»left top» border_position=»all» border_size=»0px» border_color=»» border_style=»» padding=»» margin_top=»» margin_bottom=»» animation_type=»» animation_direction=»» animation_speed=»0.1″ class=»» id=»»][fusion_images picture_size=»auto» hover_type=»none» autoplay=»no» columns=»1″ column_spacing=»13″ scroll_items=»» show_nav=»no» mouse_scroll=»no» border=»yes» lightbox=»yes» class=»» id=»»][fusion_image link=»» linktarget=»_self» image=»https://ermitadelconde.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/color-terroir.jpg» alt=»terroir»/][/fusion_images][/fusion_builder_column][fusion_builder_column type=»1_6″ last=»yes» spacing=»yes» center_content=»no» hide_on_mobile=»no» background_color=»» background_image=»» background_repeat=»no-repeat» background_position=»left top» border_position=»all» border_size=»0px» border_color=»» border_style=»» padding=»» margin_top=»» margin_bottom=»» animation_type=»» animation_direction=»» animation_speed=»0.1″ class=»» id=»»][/fusion_builder_column][fusion_builder_column type=»1_6″ last=»no» spacing=»yes» center_content=»no» hide_on_mobile=»no» background_color=»» background_image=»» background_repeat=»no-repeat» background_position=»left top» border_position=»all» border_size=»0px» border_color=»» border_style=»» padding=»» margin_top=»» margin_bottom=»» animation_type=»» animation_direction=»» animation_speed=»0.1″ class=»» id=»»][/fusion_builder_column][fusion_builder_column type=»2_3″ last=»no» spacing=»no» center_content=»no» hide_on_mobile=»no» background_color=»» background_image=»» background_repeat=»no-repeat» background_position=»left top» border_position=»all» border_size=»0px» border_color=»» border_style=»solid» padding=»» margin_top=»-30px» margin_bottom=»» animation_type=»0″ animation_direction=»down» animation_speed=»0.1″ class=»» id=»»][fusion_text]The small vineyards which we work are referred to as «majuelos» and are located between 943 to 1,012 metres altitude.

The vineyards are planted in various different local spots, tucked away in valleys, amid scrubland and thicket. The climate here is very harsh and the vineyards have to cope with severe frosts in spring and high temperatures in summer.

All this, along with the extremely infertile soils, composed of limestone, sand, clay and rock, results in wines that are intense with pronounced flavours and aromas that reflect their terroir.[/fusion_text][/fusion_builder_column][fusion_builder_column type=»1_6″ last=»yes» spacing=»yes» center_content=»no» hide_on_mobile=»no» background_color=»» background_image=»» background_repeat=»no-repeat» background_position=»left top» border_position=»all» border_size=»0px» border_color=»» border_style=»» padding=»» margin_top=»» margin_bottom=»» animation_type=»» animation_direction=»» animation_speed=»0.1″ class=»» id=»»][/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]

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