Along with the preparatory field work, the construction of the new winery was carried out jointly with the rebuilding of the old estate house. The reform has been kept in line with the original structure and as well as the living quarters it houses the tasting room and the visitor area.
The winery consists of two parts, the maturing cellars and the production area. This last houses 11 double-jacket refrigerated stainless steel tanks (10,000 litres each). The grape selection line, from which the chosen fruit is allowed to free-fall into the tanks from the de-stemmer; this doubles as a crusher for the purpose of avoiding the use of presses that can damage the grapes.
The maturing cellars that house 160 barrels of 1-3 year old French oak are partially below ground and the roof area is covered with water to alleviate the high summer temperatures. There is air-conditioning and humidity control. The crianza wines are matured for between 8 and 14 months in French Allier barrels that have been selected as the most suitable for the high quality wine that we produce.
A bottling line for 1,000 bottles per hour completes the production facility