Located in many municipalities in the northeast corner of the province of Toledo (Castile-La Mancha, Spain) and which is divided into three distinct areas: Talavera, Torrijos, and Sagra-Toledo. The majority of its area are vines (71%) being in Torrijos.
Soil: gently rolling consists of sandy soils of origin granite, acids and very little lime which increases the smoothness of the wines produces here.
Climate: Continental; it is dry and extreme with very long cold winters and short summers.
Grapes: There is overabundance of Garnacha.
White albillo, macabeo, sauvignon blanc, chardonnay and verdejo.
Red grapes: garnacha (85% of the total), cencibel, cabernet sauvignon, merlot, syrah and petit verdot.
Rosé are made from garnacha, they are strawberry rosy; fruity on the nose and in the mouth more fleshy and smooth.
Red are a dark cherry color. On the nose they are emphasized for the mature fruit. However, in the mouth: feel fleshy, smooth and hot.