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El Campillo Vineyard

Planted in 1990, double cordon training, calcareous clay soil, and 630 m in altitude. This soil has unique characteristics as it is located on top of an old gypsum quarry belonging to the Martínez family. This is a new area on which low-yielding Tempranillo grapes were planted in a north-south orientation, which allows the warm September air to blanket the berries and facilitate perfect ripening.

Valle San Millán Vineyard

Planted in 1984 to goblet-trained Tempranillo at an altitude of 623 m. It offers the best edaphic (clay-ferrous and alluvial soils) and climatic conditions for the cultivation of this noble variety. As a result, we produce wines with great structure and balance, an extraordinary aromatic richness, acidity and body.

El Hombo Vineyard

Planted in 2004 to the Maturana Tinta variety, double cordon trained in ferrous-clay soil at an altitude of 625 m. This vineyard was the first one of Maturana Tinta of the 3 we currently have. Southeast exposure and very poor calcareous clay soils, where the grapes ripen exceptionally well in this privileged environment, allowing us to produce our flagship wine.

El Hombo 2 Vineyard

Planted in 1955, to a unique collection of white grape varieties: Jaino, Viura, Malvasía de Rioja (Blanquirroja), alongside Tempranillo and Tempranillo Royo.

Valdeponzos Vineyard

Planted in 1905 to Garnacha Tinta on ferrous-clay soil, and 670 m in altitude. Each vine is spaced 1.7 × 1.7 m from each other. For us it is one of the most important vineyards because it represents our cultural, historical, and landscape heritage.

Las Del Rey Vineyard

Planted in 1997, calcareous clay soil, and 600 m in altitude. Located on one of the most emblematic sites owned by the Martínez Alesanco Family, this Tempranillo vineyard has been passed down from parents to children. It has some of the best grapes destined for the wines meant for aging because of their characteristics, where tradition is united with new vineyard practices. Our premise is that a good wine can only be made from excellent grapes.

La Patada Vineyard

Planted in 2005 on ferrous-clay soil and at an altitude of 600 m. The plot is located in the southern part of the village of Badarán. The grapes are trained on a high trellis and on a 10% slope. Its unique climate with temperature contrasts, altitude, and sun exposure increases the richness and diversity of nuances provided to the Tempranillo grape and therefore to wines meant for aging.

Vallejo Las Suertes Vineyard

Planted in 1997, initially in goblet, then later changed to double cordon training where the clusters are better exposed to the sun. This is a Garnacha Tinta vineyard on clay soil with some stone at an altitude of 553 m.

La Marizana Vineyard

Planted in 1995 to Garnacha Tinta on ferrous-clay soil at 640 m in altitude. Located halfway between the towns of Badarán and Cordovín, it has been producing the famous “claretes” for more than 25 years.

El Aladrero Vineyard

Planted in 2010 to Maturana Tinta and Tempranillo Blanco, double cordon training on ferrous-clay soil at an altitude of 690 m. This is our largest plot in Badarán. It is located on our great-grandfather’s small estate on poor soil where, due to its high altitude, it was unthinkable to plant vineyards 50 years ago.

Entrematas Vineyard

Planted in 1941 on ferrous-clay soil at an altitude of 650 m. The Garnacha Tinta variety was trained in goblet and then changed to trellises to improve the exposure of the grapes.

Las Llanas Vineyard

This plot was planted in 2014 to Malvasía and is double cordon trained in clay soil. It is hidden in the hills at 750 m and produces refreshing and fruity young whites.


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