“It is one of our Parcela wines, of 100 percent Garnacha. We want to convey in it the area of “La Dehesa”, which is the bottom of the Valley of San Martín de Valdeiglesias, where we have an alluvial soil with a lot of depth for the roots.
Labros is just a very old vine, more than 90 years old. It is located on a small hill, facing west, of a very compact white granite that stresses the vine. Being so old it is very unproductive with very low yields. It is a plot of about one hectare where we roughly produce 2,000 – 2,500 bottles.
It is the reflection of the most Mediterranean vineyard we have. This means that the fruit is always above the floral sensation, with a slightly rougher tannicity, due to the type of soil. Above all, it is a very deep but non-linear wine. It is similar to other wines from the same range, but more compact, with a longer finish.
Labros comes from the name of a stream that is a branch of the Alberche river and near to the vineyards.”