Our small plots of traditional bush
vines grow at 450 to 1030 meters high
altitude on clay, limestone and blue slate
soil worked organic. The north-facing
mountain conditions are essential for
preserving the acidity of the wine: they
provide its unique freshness and elegance.
Our oldest vineyard dates to 1898.
We venerate the oldest and less producing
vines as the best and unique grapes are
grown in them.
Where plants have died or have been replaced
with almond trees, the spots left have been
replanted with the awareness that we will not
see them grow old, but it is or legacy for the future.
We want to bring back yesterday’s pride
to the valley, to Barrandijos.
Regenerative agriculture is dynamic and
holistic and incorporates permaculture and
organic farming practices, such as cover
crops, crop rotation, compost, mobile
animal shelters and sheepherding rotation,
in order to increase food production, farmers’ income
and especially the quality of the top layer of the soil.