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 this the smallest production wine in the lineup. Aged six months in 350-liter French (Allier) oak barrels of between one and four years old.