A west facing vineyard located in the village of Elvillar, Rioja Alavesa, perched atop a hill at 2,100 feet. A 6-acre (2.9Ha) parcel of white limestone soils graced with fifty percent of the planation consisting of high quality white grapes (which is quite a rare find in Rioja), alongside Tempranillo and Graciano. Planted in 1967 this vineyard was the first vineyard planted beyond the village scaling the hills of the Sierra Cantabria mountains. The white vines adorn the top section of the vineyard where the chalky limestone soils are poor thereby intensifying the quality, while controlling the yields. Red varietals such as Tempranillo and Graciano encompass the middle to lower portion of the vineyard.
Farmed with horses following Biodynamic tenets.