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Here, at an altitude of 400m, the vines are subject to more extreme thermal conditions which result in a slower ripening of the fruit. This yields grapes of greater concentration with a more harmonious, velvety constitution.

The soil is chalk, clay and quite rocky, but with a capacity to retain water. Together, climate and soil might be seen as adverse limiting factors, in fact, they are anything but. The combination results in a lower yield, but of grapes with a singular character and exceptional quality. It also lends itself perfectly to the cultivation of the ideal varieties of Parellada, Macabeo, Malvasia de Sitges, Chardonnay, Tempranillo, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot Pinot Noir, and Petit Verdot.


From these, and exclusively from our own vineyards, we produce a range of finely crafted wines and Corpinnats.

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