Manual, traditional, ageing 18-22 months in one- and two-year-old French oak barrels.
Extreme continental climate, warm days and cool nights allows the Tempranillo (Tinta de Toro) to thrive and enhance an array of aromas.

Rich and luscious aromas of ripe black and red fruits, soft tannins, elegant and fruit-laden, light savoury and spicy pairing, minerality lingering with a long finish.



Vino de la Tierra de Castilla y León


100% Tempranillo

El Grand’s parcels are hidden in the hilly landscape of Castilla y Leon, some of them belonging to the Denominacion de Toro. Wise, elderly men in the villages of Villanueva de Campean, where the winery is located, whisper that those vines planted on gravel and sandy soils would date from the pre-phylloxeric era of the 19th century.