TresPiedras is a project focused on recovering historic vineyards and sustainable traditional viticulture, to create fine, unique, authentic and elegant wines with minimal production, which transmits the essence of each place, variety and soil.
The vineyards: treasure and origin
My great-grandfather, my grandfather, my father and I have dedicated our lives to planting and caring for the vineyards. We only work with owned vineyards that in some cases survived the phylloxera. A multitude of varieties, clones, soil types, rootstocks, orientations, altitudes and training systems allow us to create unique wines in the vineyard
Love for viticulture and respect for nature
Protecting the viticultural heritage is our main obsession, and for this, sustainable and ecological practices are key. No type of systemic chemical or herbicide is used. We cultivate the vineyard as it was done before: with effort and dedication to protect the environment
We do not inherit the land from our parents, we borrow it from our children.
Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
Rebuilding traditional architecture
Our ancestors left the places strewn with architectural pieces of extraordinary beauty. The wine presses, underground cellars, sheep pens, huts to protect themselves from storms, walls that supported the terraces, stone fountains, wells and other elements, remind us of what one day was like a great history book carved in the earth.
This book, full of lessons that takes centuries to learn, is the one that we restore and protect today so that future generations can continue to enjoy it
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The never-ending work in the vineyard continues apace during these months. With the coming of spring, the vineyard regains its splendour, as the sap rises and the plant resumes its vegetative growth.After green pruning in May, when we cut back shoots from the trunk, arms and cordons to allow better development of the bunches…
Now that the 2020 vintage has been on the market for several weeks, here is more about the wine that conveys the very essence of our project in the Ribera del Duero Burgalesa: NOBBIS