This project was born with the dual purpose of recovering the almost abandoned vineyards around the town and replanting different native trees in the areas where it is not recommended that vineyards be planted. Everything to create a way of life for the population of this small and almost deserted region.
WE WANTED TO TRANSMIT THAT LIFE, THAT JOY THAT IS ACHIEVED THROUGH AN INTEGRATING PROJECT LIKE ALEGRA, IN A REMOTE PLACE THAT TWO DECADES AGO HAD LOST ITS HOPE IN THE FUTURE.
Castillejo de Robledo (Soria) is a remote area of Ribera del Duero with three very distinctive characteristics:
– A high altitude, around 980 m above sea level, ensuring a cool climate even on summer nights.
– Limestone soils, very poor, with many pebbles on the surface, and with outcrops of the mother rock.
– A rolling landscape of hills and valleys that provides endless exhibitions and different orientations to the vineyards.
These peculiarities create a dry climate, with cold winters and hot summers but with great thermal difference between day and night.
We are convinced that some terroir has caught your attention. Do not hesitate to contact us if you are interested in tasting our wines.