All varieties of vines proceed from the same plant "VitisVinifera" and each variety of grape depending on the climate and soil where they grow, carries a unique character to the wine.

Cultivated Varieties of Grapes

  • Garnacha
  • Mazuela Ink
  • Tempranillo
  • Syrah
  • Merlot
  • Maccabee
  • Chardonnay
vineyard, wine Wine Tempranillo

Tempranillo Grape

Wine Garnacha Old from Spain

Grenache Grape

 Wine Merlot

Merlot Grape

Wine Chardonnay

Chardonnay Grape

Nutritional properties of the wine

  • Poliflenoles: antioxidant, capable of preventing atherosclerosis and "bad" colestorol and free radicals (which cause various types of cancer), so doctors recommend drinking two glasses of wine during meals as one of the best allies for longevity.
  • Vitamins A, C and B complex number as biotin, choline, incositol, ciancobalamina, folic acid, nicotinic acid, pyridoxine, thiamine and others.
  • Digestive
  • To prevent cardiovascular pathologies.
  • Bactericidal and allergenic properties.
  • Diuretic, particularly white wine, helps to eliminate toxins from the kidneys.
  • Consumed in moderation, wine is a natural therapeutic remedy for anxiety, emotional stress and depression.

Origin and History

In Europe, the grape is cultivated since prehistoric times, as evidenced by the seeds that have been found in archaeological sites of the Bronze Age in Switzerland, Italy and graves of ancient Egypt. Botanists locate the origin of the grapes grown in Europe in the Asian region of the Caspian Sea, where the seeds were dispersed westward across the Mediterranean. The ancient Greeks and Romans grew vines and both civilizations developed largely viticulture.