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Passion for the vine

Like the roots of the very shoots, our passion for the vine is buried in the land and in time.

Thanks to this, and to the shelter of the orography of the land as well as the climate of the Jalón Valley, all perfectly linked to the traditional know how of our people, we achieve the quality of our products.

The fame of our wines goes back to distant times.

Our high lands, over 400 m above sea level, are divided into small terraces (bancales) that have calcareous and stony soil such as Bernia, Cau, Planises, Maserof etc have together with our Giró variety, created excellent bases for the elaboration of our red wines.

Soils that contain more clay such as those in Alcalali, Pausulas, and Cutes are perfect for cultivating the grapes we use for our Malvarrosa wine.

The Lliber Valley (Pla de Lliber) with its deep and fertile soil is ideal for our dry but very fruty rose wines.

Besides using the Garnache grape we are also very proud of our Muscatel variety. During the 19th century and up to the 20th, the raisin trade was one of the strongest economic pillars of the region. The “Pla de Lliber” was an ocean of Muscatel. Nowadays this variety, known also as Roman Muscatel or Muscatel of Alexandria, has as much presence in the “Pla de Lliber” as in other areas like “Gorgos” or along the banks of the Jalon River. These soils are drier and rockier and are perfect for the Muscatel grape we to make our sweetest Mistelas (dessert wines).

If we have to talk about our star product though, it would be without any doubt our Muscatel white wine and it’s best representative would be the Bahía de Dénia dry white and Bahía de Dénia Dolç our sweet white, both made exclusively with the best Muscatel grapes from the deep and clayey soil of the Pla de Lliber.

We also have other grape varieties like the “Tempranillo” and we have been recently introducing other varieties, used with great success in other parts of the world, such as Merlot, Shiraz, and Cabernet Sauvignon.