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Village Wines

Artuke

By vinifying together all the grapes from plots from the same village, Baños de Ebro, we can transmit the particular character of our village’s continental climate and its chalky clay soils to the wine. Traditional «whole berry» fermentation method (with the stalks).

Year Planted: Various. From 1902 until 2005.
Grape varieties: 95% Tempranillo and 5% Viura.
Altitude: 420-480 metres above sea level.
Soil Type: Predominantly chalky clay.

Village Wines

Pies Negros

The village of Ábalos, at the foot of the Sierra Cantabria mountain range is where we can find the vines used for making Pies Negros. The chalky soil and, in particular, the Atlantic climate prevalent in the district, give this wine its particular style and freshness. Traditional destemmed fermentation method. The name comes from the traditional treading of the grapes which we still do in our bare feet.

Year Planted: Various. From 1920 until 1985.
Grape varieties: 90% Tempranillo and 10% Graciano.
Altitude: 550 - 620 m. metres above sea level.
Soil Type: Predominantly chalky clay.