The wineyard has been developed through different erosive processes, which affected soil materials during the Miocene and Late Pleistocene. The result is stones, sand and clay soils. Situated in Roa de Duero, it was planted in 1978
Cryomaceration takes place prior to the alcoholic fermentation for a period of no less than 5 days. The fermentation is catalysed by adding indigenous yeasts in order to respect the personality of the vineyard “Pago El Carril”. After maceration for at least 21 days and the malolactic fermentation the wine is racked into barrels of Spanish and French oak as well as other barrels designed by us which are made of Hungarian and Romanian oak.
The Vall Sanzo crianza shows an intense cherry red with ruby red hues. Complex aromas of wild berries, spices and chocolate. Very balsamic and elegant. Noble and pithy tannins, with great aging potential. Very prominent aftertaste and a surprising persistence.
Perfect companion for all types of meat, either grilled or stewed, fits very well with roast lamb and pork. It also goes along excellently with rabbit or poultry.