Jose Gil is the next generation to head up the Bodegas, a family tradition which spans back many generations. José's family farm 40 Ha of vines around the village and in the hills behind, as far north and as high as you can go in to the Alevesa. The building itself is in the centre of the village, but tucked away so is quite easy to miss.
The wine is made with the traditional method of carbonic maceration, bunches enter the warehouse directly from the vineyard, whole and without destemming, introduced in very wide tanks at a low height to avoid their skins breaking with fermentation taking place for two weeks, approximately at a temperature of 25 degrees. This produces a juicy, fruity elegant wine. Incredibly easy to drink. You’ll get notes of cherries, raspberries and plum.