WINES
LA PROVINCIA

By selecting old vineyards from Valbuena de Duero, Mucientes and Pedrosa del Rey, we wanted to blend the wine diversity of the province of Valladolid into a wine that expresses delicacy and fruity freshness. La Provincia is fluid, fresh and fruity, with great balance and structure.

VARIETIES

The grape varieties are 55% Tempranillo and 45% Grenache.


TEMPRANILLO

The Tempranillo grapes come from vineyards located in the villages of Mucientes, Pedrosa del Rey and Valbuena de Duero.

MUCIENTES

Soil. Sand, limestone and clay, resting on clay and loam.
Year of planting of the vineyard. 1941
Yield. 3000 kg/ha

PEDROSA DEL REY

Soil. Sediments of sandstone, clay and Pliocene limestone. On the surface it is shown as brown soils on unconsol-idated material.
Year of planting of the vineyard. 1955
Yield. 3500 kg/ha

VALBUENA DE DUERO

Soil. Layers of silty or clayey sands. Alternating layers of limestone and marl, as well as chalky concretions.
Year of planting of the vineyard. 1945
Yield. 3000 kg/ha

GARNACHA

The Grenache grapes come from the same vineyard as the Tempranillo of Pedrosa del Rey.


WINEMAKING

Spontaneous alcoholic fermentation with controlled temperature in stainless steel tanks.

One part of the malolactic fermentation takes place in stainless steel, and the other part in French barrels.

After fermentation, the wine is aged for 11 months in French oak barrels of 225 and 500 litres. Minimum aging in bottle for 9 months.

Alcohol grade: 14,5%

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