THE SECRET TO A GOOD WINE IS IN THE LAND AND, OF COURSE, THE HANDS OF THOSE WHO PRODUCE IT.
The winery was established in 2013. With its deep-rooted family tradition, it is based on three pillars (which is the meaning of the Spanish, Tres Pilares): Juan Antonio, Eustaquio andJaime, brothers from a vine-growing dynasty dating back nearly fifty years, who lovingly cultivate more than 70 hectares of established vineyards. They strive to give their all to each link in a virtuous circle of production, starting with its origin - the grape - and ending in the creation of a sublime verdejo, which stimulates the consumer's every sense.
The secret to a good wine is in the land and, of course, the hands of those who produce it. These three brothers are a clear example that, with effort, dedication and a lot of love, their lifelong dream of an exceptional wine can be achieved.
We must never forget the wine's origins or relinquish the dream of achieving more, overcoming adversity and the obstacles encountered along the way. One path, one dream, culminating in a product as Spanish and familiar as wine. Sharing good food and good wine is one of the best ways to get to know a person, to celebrate achievements, anniversaries, and so on.
Bothers from a vine-growing dynasty dating back nearly fifty years.
A lover of wine and of these lands, CEO and Manager of the winery.
Eustaquio performs all the operations involved in producing the wine. His major strengths are determination and method.
Jaime provides just the right point of balance. The vineyards are his job and, as vine grower, he cares for the vineyards on a daily basis until grape harvest.
The vineyards nestle right in the heart of the Rueda Designation of Origin area, but specifically on the edge of La Seca, which offers a land of contrasts, a diversity of soil types and the ideal climate for cultivating the verdejo variety.
The slowness of the process, the established vineyards, the silence, the time spent alone with their vines daily by each of the Pillars of this winery, the temperature, the weather... all these factors encourage the explosion of aromas and sensations and the creation of unique wines.
Flat, high lands which can withstand prolonged cold winters, short springs with late frosts and hot, dry summers. More so than in other areas of Europe, these factors force vines to seek out water in the very depths of the subsoil, which is what gives the verdejo grape its characteristic traits.
Rainfall is scarce, reaching a minimum of 300 litres and a maximum of 500 litres per year. Vegetation flowers late, with pruning taking place into March and even April.
Straw yellow wine, limpid and bright with greenish tints. Of medium-high intensity, it has a range of intricate, structured aromas on the nose: citrus, stone fruits and a mineral background which gives it subtle, complex hints. Light and warm on entry, with balanced acidity and bitterness which give it a lingering aftertaste. This is an unctuous wine with anise flavours and a high level of glycerol, and the initial mineral and citrus notes are present at its finish.
Straw yellow coloured wine which looks limpid and bright. Medium-high intensity on the nose, with aromas of fresh fruit, tree fruit and subtle hints of aromatic plants. Pleasant, fresh and light on entry, it has good acidity, which strengthens its anise aromas. Its finish evokes the citrus memories of fresh fruit, together with the final bitterness inherent to this variety.