A collection of 5 different wines.
Las Parvas , is our oldest plot, some vines were first planted here as early as 1880. The climate in this area is harsh, vines need to be well-adapted in order to survive.
Thanks to these strong conditions, these vines survived Phylloxera crisis and provide us very limited nectar which can be compared with the top wines coming from the Toro region.
Rompesedas is the name of our most iconic plots. The name of the brand used by the founder of the winery at the initial stages. Planted in 1917, it is a surprisingly old plot. Hand-picked harvest in cases, selection table and the best technology to produce these genuine wines; Rompesedas terroir provides us the character, personality, and tradition of Toro. We really like to show respect to the identity of our single plot, thanks to sustainable agriculture.
Una pintoresca parcela junto a la bodega llamada Salgadero, plantada en 1930 en terreno de secano de baja producción y podado en vaso. Estas cepas tan resistentes de Tinta de Toro se retuercen sobre si mismas con el paso del tiempo como muestra de su supervivencia. La Naturaleza, tan impredecible y caprichosa, despierta nuestra admiración. En consecuencia, con este sentimiento desarrollamos una agricultura sostenible y una vinificación responsable con el medio ambiente. Como resultado obtenemos un vino con cuerpo envolvente con aromas intensos que se fusionan con sutiles notas de madera. Un vino elegante con nervio y mucha profundidad.
Planted in 1930. Salgadero vines twisted by the passing of time are an example of survival. Round stones, and a sandy light color top-soil with a very low content of organic components, only the old vineyards grow their roots several meters deep where the soil has more clay and more water is accumulated. Due to this exceptional sandy soil Phylloxera did not “attack” Toro vineyards and they were exporting the full production of wines to France to help with the shortfall.
Los Lastros is our youngest plot. Planted in 1944, not far from the winery, in El Pego. This is one the Natural treasures provided to Coral Duero. At 758 meters of altitude, this North-West facing vineyards has got ancient vines rooted in a sandy loam, gravel, with small pebbles on the top. These alluvial soils allow for good drainage and impart minerality, as well as lower pH levels, resulting in extraordinary quality, balance, and elegance.