The main peculiarity of the Clunia vineyards is that they are located really high, between 900 and 1,100 meters above sea level in the province of Burgos, in the Community of Castilla y León. Centuries ago, great civilizations chose this place to settle down on these rocky and rugged highlands.
This winery belongs to the Príncipe de Viana group and was born from a dream of producing wines of the highest quality and marked character in a hostile climate. Wines from an ancient land, arid and harsh.
The vineyards of this winery began to be planted in the 90s when very few believed in the potential of this unique terroir located at around 1,000 meters above sea level.
As for today, 20 hectares of Tempranillo, Syrah, Albillo, and Malbec are cultivated, although the incorporation of new plantations is planned, which will give a final figure of 32 hectares. The process evolves calmly and patiently, with great dedication to the land and low yields.