TRUS LANDS

Finca Trus

Aerial view of the wine cellar surrounded by vineyards from the variety Tinta Fina.

Fuentecubo

15 hectares of Tinto fino from 2001 situated at the municipality of Pesquera de Duero. The soils are clayey to loamy-sandy. In certain zones, we find percentages of sand over 70%. This can limit and stress the plant due to the little water retention capacity. That’s why drip irrigation was placed for the extremely dry years. West exposure. An altitude of 770 metres above sea level.

La Cruz

7 hectares of Tinto Fino grown on 2001. Situated at the municipality of Piñel de Abajo. The land has a texture from clayey-sandy to franc-clay-sandy, with percentages of sand over 50% and of clay over 30%. We also find areas with a high limestone concentration in deep horizons, where the limestone penetrates the root of the plant. The exposure is north-east. An altitude of 780 metres above sea level.

Piñel

7 hectares just 100 metres away from the wine cellar, at the municipality of Piñel de Abajo. Franc-clay-sandy soils with percentages of sand over 40% in some high zones. Very limited area of slope due to the sand in high zones and with a silty-loam texture in the lower area. West exposure. An altitude of 810 metres above sea level. Very ventilated area. It is a hillside with a steep slope.

Roturas

6 hectares of Tinto fino grown on 2001. Situated at the municipality of Roturas. They are soils with a clayey texture to a franc-clay-sandy texture, with percentages of sand over 45% and over 66% in high zones. The exposure is south and south-east. Hillside with a gentle slope. An altitude of 830 metres above sea level in the highest area. Very explored soil due to the plant’s root system, giving the wines a great mineral and muddy character.

Valdezate

10 hectares situated at the municipality of Pesquera de Duero grown on 2002. A wide variability of soils, from clayey textures to franc-sandy textures. Soils with high salt concentration and low content of organic matter and fertility. West exposure. An altitude of 810 metres above sea level. It is a hillside with a gentle slope.

Valverde

6 hectares of Tinto Fino grown on 2001 over a franc-clay-calcareous soil. The exposure is north-east. An altitude of 789 metres above sea level.