We have a wide variety of grape types growing in our vineyards, although in terms of area, local varieties make up nearly all of our vineyards, particularly Garnacha and Tempranillo grapes for our red wines, and Viura (also known as Macabeo) for our white wine.
There are also small plots of French grape varieties such as Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon that complement and extend our range of grape varieties, and consequently add extra nuances and complexity to our wines.
Particularly worthy of mention is the Garnacha grape, which has traditionally been the most characteristic grape variety grown in this area. A large proportion of our vineyards are planted with Garnacha, where it expresses all its varietal character and reflects and brings out the specific typical characteristics of our land.
In terms of area under vine and importance, the Tempranillo grape type comes second to Garnacha, and in our specific area grows slightly differently resulting in wines that are noticeably different from those in other areas around, as a result of the specific combination of relief, microclimate and soil type in this low mountain region of Navarra, where the grapes have particularly high levels of freshness and fruitiness.