Our organic Spanish Story wines are crafted in the geographical area covered by the Denominación de Origen Almansa.
It is situated on a high plateau that borders the autonomous regions of Valencia and Murcia along what is known as the Almansa Corridor. The corridor has, for centuries, marked the transition from the lands of Levante (coastal regions) to Castilla.
The main difference between the territory of the D.O. Almansa and that of Levante is the difference in altitude, rising from 400 metres above sea level in the town of Fuente La Higuera to 700 metres in Almansa.
The D.O. Almansa winemaking area includes plots and subplots located in eight municipalities, with more than 7,000 hectares of vineyards and 12 wineries.
D.O. Campo de Borja
The Pulpoloco still wines are made in Campo de Borja. The oldest vineyards of the D.O. date back to 1145 and more than 2,000 of the 5,000 hectares of Garnacha are between 30 and 50 years old. The production is not high, but wine wise it is held in high esteem, due to the structural and aromatic complexity they give to the wines.
Campo de Borja has a hot, Continental climate that is a continuation of Rioja’s Baja zone. Its soil is primarily composed of chalk and clay, and many of the vineyards are planted along the limestone-rich foothills of the Sierra del Moncayo.
Our Sangría is made with wine from the world-famous Castilla La Mancha region. The lemons and oranges we use are harvested in Valencía. We add some sugar and top it of with cinnamon. Only natural ingredients and the best wine are used in our production process.