The Pizarra vineyards are usually found on metamorphic soils. This type of soil is found at an altitude above 950 meters, up to 1,200 meters, mainly with an eastern orientation. The wines from here have a different expression, they are always complex, direct and profound.
Region: Sierra de Gredos
Village: Cebreros (Ávila)
Places: Arrebatacapas, La Redonda, La Curva
Varieties: 100% Garnacha
Viticulture: Traditional, organic viticulture. Old bushvines. Manual harvest in boxes.
Elaboration and aging: Native yeasts. 24-30 months in barrels of 500 and 400 liters of French oak from different forests and origins.
Soils: Slate soils. On metamorphic rock. Mainly oriented to the east, at altitudes above 950 meters.