In Monóvar, located in a valley, surrounded by mountains at 560 meters above sea level, we find a Mediterranean climate, with average temperatures during the day and cold at night. They are jumps of more than ten degrees, which, accompanied by low rainfall and the warm breeze from the sea, give rise to ideal grapes. One of Alejandro’s secrets is the ripening point: a balance to tame the Monastrell’s rustic tannin and keep all its fruit.
Alejandro Pérez Martínez, is in charge of unifying the legacy and giving name to our winery.
We are located in the region of Medio Vinalopó, in the rural area called El Mañán, belonging to the town of Monóvar.
The estate is home to the following varieties: Monastrell, Merseguera, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah and Chardonnay.
The grapes are harvested late, starting in the first days of October and arriving in November.
The grapes, separated from the stems, are placed in temperature-controlled open fermenters, where fermentation begins.
This is reflected in several elements such as: Family character, own vineyards, choosing the right moment of ripening and working with open fermenters.
Vega, star of the Lyra constellation, watches over the valleys of Alicante from on high. Its light illuminates them and gives them the strength and vigour necessary to produce high quality wines.