Our Portfolio

ViñátigoAncestrale Blanco
Gual from Canary Islands, Spain
100% Gual, which Jesus vinifies as if they were red grapes (in the "ancestral" style). Macerated for three weeks on the skins; the extended maceration time results in a beguilingly aromatic wine. Gual is a light-colored grape, so the wine's color is not deep orange the way other wines made in this...
ViñátigoAncestrale Tinto
Baboso from Canary Islands, Spain
A half-and-half blend of Tintilla and Baboso, fermented whole-cluster (including the stems) in open wooden vats with occasional punch-downs. Black-fruited with incredible density of flavor, minerality and length. Limited.
ViñátigoEnsamblaje Blanco
Gual from Canary Islands, Spain
6/750 A blend of Gual, Marmajuelo, Vijariego Blanco and Malvasía Aromática from the best vines of Juan's ungrafted pre-phylloxera vineyards, planted in volcanic soils on the steep hillsides of Tenerife.  
ViñátigoEnsamblaje Tinto
Red blend from Canary Islands, Spain
6/750 A blend of Baboso, Vijariego Negro and Tintilla vinified seperately and aged an average of eight months in French oak.
Gual from Canary Islands, Spain
Also known as Bual when used in making Madeira, the Gual is cold-soaked then fermented at a very low temperature. Fermented in stainless steel at cool temperatures, then aged on its fine lees in the same tank.
ViñátigoListán Blanco
Listán Blanco from Canary Islands, Spain
100% Listán Blanco (aka Palomino Fino when planted in Jerez) grown at about 460 meters above sea level. These vines are pergola-trained and about one hundred years old on average. Vinification and aging is done in inox tanks.  Fresh, salty, mineral-driven and hugely refreshing; quintessential...
ViñátigoListán Negro
Listán Negro from Canary Islands, Spain
100% Listán Negro, aged three months in used American and French oak.
ViñátigoListán Negro Rosado
Listán Negro from Canary Islands, Spain
One-quarter of Vinatigo's Listán Negro grapes are devoted to making this saignée rosé. Bright pink, dry and refreshing, with red fruit flavors and a hint of amaro on the finish, underpinned by signature Canary volcanic minerality. 
Marmajuelo from Canary Islands, Spain
100% Marmajuelo, fermented and aged on the lees in stainless steel. Jesus first discovered this little known variety on the island of Hierro. This dark white grape imparts a peachy color, and the aromatics express the tropical side of Canary Island whites. 
Negramoll from Canary Islands, Spain
100% Negramoll, macerated at low temperature before fermentation; aged six months in French oak barrels. This grape is universally described by our winemakers as "the Pinot Noir" of the Canary Islands, and we understand why. Deep cherry color, with aromas of red berries and toffee. Soft, polished...
ViñátigoVijariego Blanco
Vijariego Blanco from Canary Islands, Spain
100% Vijariego Blanco, a grape variety unique to the Canary Islands. But what does that mean? What does it taste like? The best description we can think of is that it's similar to Chablis: high in acid, salty, and well-structured.  Only 2,676 bottles made from a one-half hectare of vines, making...