Behind the perfection of a Garnacha grape cluster the centuries-old vines of Calatayud fields breathe. Painting with a velvety blue the landscape of ravines, battlements and plains that El Cid Campeador once conquered. It's called the mother of all varieties for a reason, vigorous and resistant, full of fruity flavors that are combined with balsamic floral memories.
The roots of these long-lived vines cling to the slate soils that climb the slopes of the Aragonese Ateca, a Celtiberian city. Centuries and centuries have seen life's bitter tastes compensated with noble wine from its vineyards.