The unique climatic conditions that characterise the cultivation of our vines in Ribera del Duero greatly influence the growing cycle of the vines, playing a fundamental role both in the development of the plant and the ripening of the grapes. The quality of the resulting wines depends to a large extent on these exceptional conditions.


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The region benefits from a Mediterranean climate, with a continental influence and an extreme nature; it boasts dry summers, long and harsh winters, low rainfall (<400 mm/year average) and a large difference in temperatures throughout the year (from -20° to 42°). This results in grapes of an extraordinary quality - small in size, with thick skins that have benefitted from an optimal slow and late ripening period.

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