Vineyard Story: Bodegas Barahonda
Bodegas Barahonda vines grow in deep and low in organic matter soils made up of limestone at an altitude ranging between 400 and 800 m above sea level. The climate is continental with temperatures that vary from – 6 ºC in winter months until 40 ºC in summer months. All these factors plus the low rainfall and the temperature variation between night and day produce a slow ripening and favour the concentration of colour, flavour and aroma in the grapes.
Nowadays, Bodegas Barahonda owns 150 hectares and other 600 hectares which are controlled by their agricultural technical department in order to obtain the greatest grapes.
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