We wanted to produce a Garnacha wine that we could not find on the wine cellar shelves, which even we had not tried yet, a combination of silky and elegant flavours using exactly the right cask to bring the aromas together. We wanted to emphasise the fruit, we wanted something powerful, and of course something that left us wanting more. We tried to create a Garnacha that was pure and sincere. To do this we went searching for its origin in the confines of Aragon.



And there it was, lost in the foothills of the Moncayo, where its roots have been for 60 years making their slow way through La Tosquilla (crumbled slate); its small grains protecting the eminent danger of extinction. Once bottled we call it TIERGA.


The vine is cultivated in the traditional way, the same way as the grandfather taught his son to his grandson. It is a way of cultivating the land and the life that is now in the risk of extinction. Not just because it is an isolated, airy and dry area that is 700m high. The production is so low that to its stock is called the "kilera" as it might harvest up to one kilogram. We select the grapes while they are being picked and we take them in boxes to Murchante.



View of Tierga



Micro-cluster of Tierga