A hilly landscape of soils with a complex tilt laying on components dating from the Miocene covered with a layer dating from the Quaternary.
Most soils have a silty loam texture, which helps a perfect draining as well as moisture retention in the deeper layers, so that water is always available. Perfect conditions for vine growing.
However, we should emphasize the special characteristics of the vineyards higher on the slopes facing south and west. The composition of the soils is a mixture of thick elements, quartz and slate. In such extreme conditions, the yields are very low, but with an amazing quality and incredible concentration. The primary aromas, characteristic of the Mencía grape, together with mineral hints of this special terroir, are extremely intense in wines produced with grapes of those exceptional plots.
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Amazing wines waiting for you at booth B16 (Hall 4)