The area called Estrecho de Marín, where the Viña Elena bodega is located, lies in a valley flanked by two majestic mountains: Rajica de Enmedio in the east and Solana Sopalmo in the west… + info
The oldest vineyard in the Bruma collection. The vines were planted in 1960. The vineyard boasts sandy soils which are planted not only with Monastrell but also Airén. + info
One of the most interesting things about this plot is that it boasts two evidently distinct types of soil: a hillside with white, chalky soils, poor in organic material, which affords salinity to the wine… + info
When it was planted, 65 years ago, the basels were angled to face northwards so that the roots would always be in the shade of the shoots and leaves in order to survive years of scare rainfall… + info
PARAJE LAS ENCEBRAS
The idea behind making a white wine from the region’s traditional Airén grape variety falls in line with our objective of paying tribute to and enhancing the value of Jumilla’s native strains. + info
Finca CQ is our new vino de finca or single-estate wine from Finca Casa Quemada located in the high-plains of Jumilla at 700 m above sea level..+ info
This exceptional project is the personal brainchild of Elena Pacheco and Isio Ramos aimed at making 100% Monastrell wines from select DO Jumilla vineyards. Using vineyard husbandry and winemaking techniques acquired from local viticulturists, they skilfully craft their wines to reach their full expression with regard to microclimate, soil, location, and the age of the vines. The factors that determine the flavour of a wine can be summarised into four key aspects: climate, soil, vines, and viticulture. The soil is the factor that determines whether a grape variety will develop its full character or not. Monastrell boasts a variety of taste sensations depending on whether it is planted in sandy, clay, rocky, or chalky soils. In this outstanding vineyard collection we combine savoir faire with the passion transmitted by the region’s senior viticulturists and their way of working the land. This is what makes a wine unique; this is what enables us to produce delicate, fresh, dynamic wines from our native grape variety: MONASTRELL.