Cigales is a short distance from Valladolid, and just a few kilometres from Ribera del Duero. This means it shares its continental climate with an Atlantic influnce, marked by significant temperature fluctiations, both during the day and throughout the year. The winters are long and harsh with frequent frosts and fog, and the summers are very dry and hot. This ensures the grape's polyphenols and aromatic properties ripen perfectly.
Century-old vineyards and the castilian climate. A perfect blend
D.O. Cigales is at an average altitude of 800 metres above sea level.
The 'Denominación de Origen' is historically famous for its "claret" rosé wine and the impressive legacy of old vineyards, mainly Tempranillo or "Tinta Fina" —as this variety in known in Castile—making it an ideal location to craft long-aged red wines. .