The Environment

Where time stands still and what matters is doing things well

A great wine can only be made from an exceptional vineyard. And with man’s loving care.

Tr3smano has the opportunity to draw from the excellent vineyards located in three of the best winegrowing subzones in the Ribera del Duero region. They make up a total vineyard area of around 55 ha, although production is still very low in all of them.

All the vineyards have been planted exclusively with Tempranillo or Tinta del País (Tinta Fina), mostly grown using the goblet-shaped vine training system and with a plantation density of between 3000 and 4000 vines per hectare.

The work is done 100% by hand, taking the greatest possible care to guarantee the quality of the grape.

The winery is surrounded by a first vineyard that is 50 years old: Viña del Lagar. Like the Rábano vineyard, the vines grow in very poor soil made of loam.

Not very far from our winery, but on the other side of the river, in the Montes de Pesquera, our vineyards are planted in much more limy soil.

All the vineyards are in the subzone of the Golden Mile in Valladolid.

Many years ago, Fernando Remírez de Ganuza had his own vineyards in Ribera del Duero, in the subzone of Burgos, in the municipal district of Olmedillo, with soils of loam.

These vineyards (Cuesta de la Perdiz and Llano de la Ermita) are the centre of our production in this subzone.

In this area, we also collaborate with a number of small-sized, expert local winegrowers, with whom we work from the pruning to the harvest on their almost 100-year-old vineyards.

This provides us with something more than a local grape of great quality, which has been defined as the Golden Diamond of Ribera del Duero: La Horra, Roa, Anguix, Olmedillo.

We also cooperate with small winegrowers in the cooler regions of Moradillo and Gumiel de Izán.

We could say that Tr3smano is the result of a synergy among three prestigious vineyard subzones in Ribera del Duero.

Tr3smano’s priority is to produce only grapes of great quality and optimal maturity.

That’s why it is essential to control every process, from winter pruning to deciding when to harvest.

Sometimes, it is also necessary to make risky decisions.

This is the only way to obtain the quality needed to make unique wines.

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