Vionta is the quintessential expression of Albariño, Spain’s most sought-after white wine. The grapes for Vionta are picked by hand from prime vineyards located in the Salnés Valley, the birthplace of Albariño and the coolest of the Rías Baixas growing districts, noted for producing wines with a crisp and aromatic melony character. Our winemaking team’s focus on excellence in regional winemaking is underscored by the latest investments in technology which enforces stronger quality controls and forms a more tightly-knit relationship with our cadre of growers. Vionta is an authentic Albariño with the characteristic steely minerality and acidity that the region is known for, but with a round creaminess that comes from fermenting a portion of the wine on the lees.
VAZA is the result of a desire to emphasize the beautiful Tempranillo fruit of the Alavesa region in a vibrant and contemporary-styled Rioja wine. At our winery Solar Viejo, located in the village of Laguardia at the foothills of the Sierra de Cantabria mountains, our winemaking team employs a modern philosophy of using a lighter touch of oak, allowing the unmasked fruit to be front and center with a nod to the traditional earthiness that is the hallmark of Rioja wine. The name VAZA originates from the Spanish word "baza" meaning trump card, which speaks to the wine's place in the Heredad Collection as a fusion of Spain’s winemaking vanguard and the region’s rich wine history.
Garbó is the expression of modern Spain: stylish, vibrant and original. Produced in the dynamic Montsant denomination of origin at Viñas del Montsant, our estate located in the tiny town of Marçà in the southern portion of this rugged and mountainous appellation, Garbó wines are fruit driven yet rooted with minerality, made solely from estate-grown fruit from vines ranging in age from 25 to 40 years old. These are wines of unique personality, born from a deep understanding of the region’s terroir and the desire to make unforgettable wines from this difficult terrain.
Located in Spain’s celebrated Ribera del Duero region near the town of Milagros, the Valdubón estate sits on 100 acres of vineyard, all planted with Tempranillo. Valdubón has become one of the most respected wineries in the region, one whose dedication to producing the highest quality wines in each aging category—from the youngest Cosechas to the spicy Crianzas to the stately aged Reservas—stems from extensive attention in the vineyard in order to garner a deep understanding of each parcel, and significant investment in technology and infrastructure to support the winemaking team in developing these exceptional wines. The wines of Valdubón are powerfully elegant, bold yet balanced, and finely structured, each revealing the impressive character of Tempranillo grown in Ribera del Duero.
Rich, concentrated and powerful, Morlanda demonstrates an intimate and profound understanding of the extreme terroir of Spain’s Priorat. Crafted at our Viticultors del Priorat estate in the tiny village of Bellmunt del Priorat, Morlanda is made solely from estate-grown fruit, hand-harvested from vines planted on rocky slopes and plateaus at altitudes between 500-700 feet. The winery sits on 170 acres, with 47 acres of vineyard planted primarily with Garnacha and Cariñena vines, many of which are between 25 and 40 years old. In the skilled hands of our winemaking team, the concentrated fruit from these vines result in wine of great character: big, dense and succulent, yet structured and balanced with a distinctive minerality born of this unique and singular terroir.
Mas de Subirà
Mas de Subirà is an outstanding red that deftly captures the unique terroir of Priorat, one of Spain’s most prestigious appellations whose llicorella slate soils and dramatic terraced vineyards produce concentrated, complex and celebrated wines. Our winery, Viticultors del Priorat, located in Bellmunt del Priorat, is surrounded by just over 170 acres, with 47 acres of vineyards in current production. The vines are planted on select slopes and plateaus at altitudes between 500 and 700 feet, and range in age from 25-40 years old. The typical yield is under 1.25 tons per acre, low even for Priorat standards, but the intensity and concentration in the grapes are profound.