We began planting the vineyards of Clunia back in the 1990s when very few people believed in the potential of this unique terroir located at around 1,000 meters above the sea level. Despite the fact that it is a 70-hectare property, not all the land has been planted. We are convinced that the best way to get to know such a distinct terroir is not to hurry, to give it time to show us how it shines best.
This is what we have done at Clunia: Today, we grow only 20 hectares of Tempranillo, Syrah, Albillo, and Malbec, though new plantations are being planned. These will give a final figure of 32 planted hectares. Yet we wish to do this slowly, with patience and with great dedication to the land so as to keep yields as low as they are currently –a total of approximately 50,000 bottles a year are produced of our five wines.