The wine is made 100% from the Albarín Blanco grape. Mechanical, nocturnal harvesting. Cold maceration for 48 hours. Drawing off, pressing, and static racking of the must for a further 48 hours. Fermentation in French oak barrels and aged in barrels on its lees for five months.   TASTING PROFILE SHEET: A bright yellow colour with greenish highlights. An aroma of fresh fruits, with vegetable and herbaceous notes standing out with subtle vanilla hues from the barrel, enhancing the overall complexity. Fresh, acidic, fruity, full-bodied and flavourful and lingering in the mouth. Well balanced and good volume which is increased by the aging on its lees.

Historic winery of the D.O. León, of a family nature, currently governed by the third generation of the Alonso Family, has the recognition of being one of the driving wineries in the area, with a great commitment to the recovery of the native varieties Prieto Picudo and Albarín Blanco. Elaborate the traditional rosé wines with prieto Picudo needle and maintain a firm commitment to red wines with the same variety with a great potential for aging, having recovered, for the aging of them, the ancient underground caves with more than 500 years of antiquity, where formerly the rosé of ripening were elaborated to convert them into barrels rooms where to elaborate the reds of this particular variety. He has also managed to reach more than 30 countries with his white Albarín Blanco. Minority variety that is only grown in León and Asturias, very exclusive with just 100 hectares of vineyards worldwide.

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