It is located in the low mountainous, sub humid area east of Navarra pre-Pyrenean area, bordering Aragon. The area is surrounded by a marked orography, with abundant vegetation of low forest, where the vineyard reigns in the few arable areas. The bush vines are in espalier and south-west facing between 35 to 50 years of age. In the northernmost part, are soils of variable thickness, without stoniness. On the rest of the slopes appear soils of variable thickness and stoniness, fine frank textures and sandstones of the continental tertiary.

Wine making process

Preparation by the bleeding system, soft crushing of 90% destemming and 10% whole cluster undergo cold maceration (6⁰) between 3 and 4 hours and subsequent fermentation temperatures between 13⁰ to 17⁰. Once finished, it is passed to clarify, stabilize, filter and bottle.

Rosé wine

100% Garnacha

13% per volume

Acidity: 5,5 g/l

Sugar content:
Less than 2 g/l

Taste notes