Our facilities are located in the historical center of the town in a house that has been restored respecting the original façade of stone and adobe.
We also have a Leon traditional wine cellar excavated on a hill next to our vineyards.
The vineyards are located along the valley of the Jamuz River that rises from the mount Teleno a few kilometers from Herreros and its high is between 830 and 1000 meters. Such disposition gives to the area and therefore to our vineyards unique climatic and edaphological characteristics.
Our aim is to keep carrying out a restoration work on the Jamuz wine heritage by recovering prefiloxeric and centenary vineyards. The vines are mostly from the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries distributed over more than 120 plots, the majority of them located having less than 3000 meters. Each plot originally belonged to families that elaborated the wine for its own consumption. The variety is such that in the same plot can coexist diverse autochthonous grapes predominantly the Mencia but also among others Alicante Bouschet, Gran Negro, Doña Blanca, Prieto Picudo, Palomino and Godello.
In order to promote excellence, we produce wines taking into consideration the characteristics of each plot and its specific location as well as the land characteristics so we can produce the best wine according to such specific characteristic and needs of the area in which the different plots are located.
Our environment is characterized by a high biodiversity in which a great variety of species coexists. The vineyards are surrounded by an oak forest that is a natural habitat for a wild variety of birds and animals.
Another singularity of the Jamuz valley is the presence of gold with deposits exploited in the period of the Roman Empire. Nowadays, there are still traces of gold in our vineyards which has led to an exceptional and unique selection of yeasts and bacteria in our soils.