We are one of the first wineries in the region that cultivated grape vines on trellises. At the beginning, the way we used to grow vines represented a revolution in the area, as we decided to cultivate more vines per hectare than usual. Today, we have 3,300 vines per hectare, so we do not need vines producing more than two kilos of grapes.
Instead of the Anglo-Saxon tradition of single-variety wines –which are becoming popular nowadays- we opted for the Mediterranean tradition of "coupage". The right blend of different varieties, each one providing the best of them every year, results in excellent wines with their own personality.
In our winery we harvest at night, right when grapes are cooler, and we ferment each variety individually. We distinguish ourselves by using a destemmer and a sorting table when receiving grapes in the cellar instead of the usual crusher-destemmer.
The winery is also known for its smooth, long and daily vatting process to avoid breaking grains. We have a capacity of 300,000 litres and we daily receive 6,000 kilos of grapes. We also have 11 concrete tanks and 14 made of stainless steel. The influence of both tanks in the winemaking process is being studied at the Polytechnic University of Valencia by Francesc and Maria José Girón Peidro.