The province of Valladolid has a great wine diversity. The old vineyards, with their special character and of low yields, are a reflection of the ancient viticulture in our region.

Due to our firm belief in the compatibility and excellent harmony of combining grapes from these areas, we decided to explore the province of Valladolid, which is crossed by the Duero River. We have recovered old vineyards that initially were meant to be uprooted.

The grapes come from old vinyards of very low yield, located in the municipalities of Mucientes, Pedrosa del Rey and Valbuena de Duero. Each plot is vinified separately, which allows us to select the most suitable blend for each of our wines.

    Pedrosa del Rey

    The grape varieties of our vineyards in Pedrosa del Rey are Tempranillo and Garnacha. The soil of these vineyards are sediments of sandstone, clay and pliocene limestone. On the surface it is shown as brown soils on unconsolidated material. The year of plantation of the vineyard was in 1955, and the yield is 3500 kg/ha.


    The grape varieties of our vineyards in Mucientes are Tempranillo, and a small vine of Cabernet Sauvignon situated in the Valle de Salgüeros (Mucientes), planted in 1950. The soil of the vineyards in Mucientes are of sand, limestone and clay, resting on clay and loam. Planting year of the vineyard was in 1941, and the yield is 3000 kg/ha.

    Valbuena de Duero

    The grape variety of our vineyard in Valbuena de Duero is Tempranillo. The soil is of layers of silty or clayey sands. Alternating layers of limestone and marl, as well as chalky concretions. Planting year of the vineyard was in 1945, and the yield is 3000 kg/ha.

    La Seca

    Our small vineyard of Viognier is located in La Seca. Brown stony soil rich in calcium and magnesium, with good aeration and drainage, and with limestone outcrops on the highest level of the corrugations. The texture is porous and healthy, and varies from sandy-loamy to loamy. Year of planting was in 1999, and yield of 4.500kg/ha.