Importer notes: "Field blended vineyards planted in 1919, comprised of 95% Bobal and 5% mixed indigenous varieties including Pardilla, Macabeo, Rojal, and Moravia Agria. Viticulture: Traditional dry-farmed, biodynamic, manual viticulture. The vines are head-trained and the vineyards are plowed by horse. Soils: La Infanta is a site with heavily eroded soils, and as a result, the 30CM of the surface of the soil is composed of large smooth stones, clay, and sand. The mother rock, which is laminated limestone, is immediately below the surface. This allows the roots of the vine to penetrate the mother rock. Casas de Benítez in the province of Cuenca in the D.O. Ribera del Jucar is a little known area with a rich viticultural history, but climactically and geographically is the closest approximation in Spanish viticulture to the vineyards of Châteauneuf-du-Pape."
|Producer||Mikaela (Micaela Rubio)|
|Blend||95% Bobal and 5% mixed indigenous varieties including Pardilla, Macabeo, Rojal, and Moravia Agria|