In the heart of the Orotava Valley is Suertes del Marqués, a family winery that relies on native yeasts and exclusively manual work that gives its wines a unique delicacy and personality.

Grown in the traditional braided cordon system, a unique conduction system in the world, many of its strains are around one hundred years old. The predominant varieties on the estate are the black and white listan, although they coexist with other native varieties such as Vijariego Negro, Baboso Negro, Tintilla, Pedro Ximénez or Albillo Criollo.

All processes are carried out manually, from working in the vineyard to harvesting. And, in addition, they avoid systemic treatments, using only natural products in the appearance of diseases.

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