Blanco de Tempranillo


Blanco de Tempranillo emerged from the curiosity to know what the flesh, or the heart of our Indigenous grape, known as Tempranillo, could offer us. How does one obtain white wine from a red grape? In France, people call this wine type “blanc de noir”. We carry out the harvest in advance in order to pick grapes at their ultimate expression of freshness and acidity. The result is this light wine; fresh, pleasing and straight forward, that we recommend with many aperitifs, bringing a refreshing sensation of citrus and ripe fruit.

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2 months with bâtonnage of fine lees in tank.


Full, fresh and unctuous. Marked acidity, providing a delightful combination of sweet quince and pineapple fruit and the freshness of fresh herbs and green apple. Three sensations can be enjoyed at the same time: fruit, crisp acidity and saline tones stimulating the palate. The wine has a great length with lingering, fresh, floral, fruity sensations.


Grapefruit and pineapple, with kumquat, quince, pear and passion fruit followed by notes of hay, spearmint and bay.


2 months with lees stirring (bâtonnage) of fine lees in tank.


Pale, steely yellow, with green hues, viscous and very bright.