Its origin dates back to 1885, which makes it one of the oldest wineries in the Canary Islands that has been passed down from generation to generation of the family. For its wines, it uses local or indigenous grape varieties, adapted to the soil and climate of La Palma, to produce single-variety wines and plot wines. Wines with little intervention, so that they preserve their authenticity and express their origin.

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