MAJUELOS DE CALLEJO
Majuelo is a traditional Castilian word used by our grandparents to refer to vineyards, small, distributed strains irregularly and always onmarginal, poor land.
From here comes the idea of making this wine, from a selection of Tinto Fino in gravel soils, which are marginal and very poor soils, with a little vigor, achieving a perfect balance giving very fine and elegant wines, with a long journey in time. This wine transported us to our childhood, when all the grandchildren helped our grandmother Daría in the vintage of her Majuelos in Sotillo de la Ribera.
Sotillo de la Ribera.
Nogales (high part), Montecillo (high part) and Arenales (pine place).
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Manual harvest in individual boxes.
18 months in barrel of different capacities.