Casajús Antiguos Viñedos

The Tempranillo grapes that make this wine come from our vineyards planted in and around 1920 in Quintana del Pidio, a quaint village in the heart of Ribera del Duero.

Since we harvest by hand we do a grape selection right in the vineyard and then we bring the grapes in small stainless steel trays. Once in the winery and after the destemming process the grapes fermented in small stainless steel tanks to assure proper control of temperatures and progress of the fermentation.

The wine aged for 18 months in French and American oak barrels knitting perfectly the light toast from the barrels with the bright fruit from the Tempranillo varietal. Then the time in bottle will bring refinement and harmony to the wine for years to come.