The winter of 2006 promoted a good and even sprouting. A proper recess of the vine was achieved thanks to a total of 790 hours of cold weather (the sum of hours at temperatures -7 ░C/ 19.4░F). Spring brought moderate temperatures and a barely present Zonda wind, favouring fruit growth and development. This also allowed for a stretching of the bunch stem structure, avoiding compact bunches and contributing to healthier fruit, devoid of signs of disease.
During the summer of 2007, there were virtually no days of extreme temperatures resulting in low percentage of cluster sunburn. Ripening was also fostered (shown in the development of polyphenols). By late summer, there were some heavy rains. Veraison in the grapes of short and medium cycle was very satisfying. Some long cycle varieties were affected by the rainfall, resulting in maturity delay, but without losses for sanitary reasons. Having improved irrigation systems in the region, timely irrigations during the summer stimulated the vines contributing to proper fruit development.
The 2007 vintage gave us fresh, varietal white wines full of character, as well as intense red wines, with complex aroma of mature black fruit and delicate black pepper notes.