The grapes come from dry farmed Garnacha vines, from various plots surrounding the village of Miedes, Ruesca and Belmonte de Gracian. The extreme climate of hot days and cool evenings promotes a long, ripening period concentrating the flavours and aromatic complexity of the grapes. The soils are varied: limestone, red clay and colluvial rocks, with each terroir imparting subtle complexity to the wine. The vines are trained to have less sun exposure, to achieve lower sugar levels at harvest, resulting in a balanced wine. The vineyards are farmed with respect for the environment; the soils are ploughed and cover crops are planted between the vines. Cultivated sustainably and in conversion to organic cultivation.
The grapes were destemmed and the uncrushed grapes were macerated for up to three weeks at low temperatures to extract colour, aromatics and flavour. Fermentation took place with a neutral selected yeast and twice daily pump-overs to oxygenate the wine. Maturation took place in stainless steel and concrete tanks for three months. The wine was made in an unoaked style to showcase the fruit.