Our collection of wines from single vineyards dating back over 140 years
Las Parvas is the nectar from our oldest vines first planted here as early as 1880. The climate in this area is harsh and vines need to be well-adapted in order to survive.
Thanks to these harsh conditions, these vines were strong enough to survive the Phylloxera crisis. They now provide us with low yields, resulting in a wine which can be compared with the top wines coming from the Toro region.
Rompesedas is our most iconic vineyard dating back to 1917. This was the name of the winery used by the founder during Coral Duero’s fruition.These historic vineyards create rare grapes that are then hand-picked at harvest, go through a careful selection process and use the best technology to produce an aromatic and elegant wine. The character, personality and tradition of Toro is carefully preserved in each bottle.
This picturesque plot with the name Salgadero, was planted in 1930 with gobelet-trained and rainfed vines. Salgadero’s strong Tinta de Toro vines, twisted by the passing of time, are just another example of the resilience found in El Pego’s terroir. With respect to nature and the traditions of Toro, sustainable and responsible wine making processes are carefully carried out to create this elegant, full-bodied wine.
Los Lastros is our youngest plot, originally planted in 1944. With a high concentration and low yield, our Tinta de Toro grapes from this plot generate powerful, well structured, and full bodied wines. With less time aged in oak, this wine is an expressive, aromatic bouquet. Combined with a fresh punch gifted to us by Toro’s terroir.
enVena is the youngest wine in our collection, with most of its grapes coming from our younger vines nestled in our Rompesedas plot. The results create aromas of red and black fruits with dusty florals, and a full-bodied palate.