The grapes for the Pago de Valdoneje Joven are manuallyharvested from the clay and sandy soils of the estate’s Mencia vines that reach over eighty-five years of age. Fermentation and aging occur in stainless steel tanks to preserve the fruit-driven characteristics of the wine.
A fresh and clean wine, it is delicious on a hot day slightly chilled with grilled meats and grilled vegetables. It is also wonderful as an aperitif enjoyed with smoked meats and cheeses, Cured beef Carpaccio, lamb with pea, mint and feta dressing, chicken shawarma or haloumi cheese gyro.
Upon reaching Valtuille de Abajo, you soon realize that is the cradle of wine is that there far your eye can see the landscape is dominated by old and beautiful vineyards. Valdetelle as it was formerly called, is located at the foot of Castro de la Ventosa, ancient Roman settlement, which takes centuries this small berciano sheltering people, where the care of the land and the vine has always gone hand in hand. But the richness of this unique landscape lies not only in his homeland but also in the character of its people, which over time have not forgotten those who were his ancestors and the effort made by working their vines, they are a source of endless joys today. That is why in Wines Valtuille SL have clear her philosophy. job well done, land care and quality as main objective With these indispensable values as the foundation of the project, in 1999 founded Wines Valtuille SL, led by the head of the family, Dimas Garcia, who later give the baton to his son Mark, currently head of the entity. Although Wines Valtuille as company was founded in 1999, the family links with the grape comes from afar, as their ancestors were devoted to winemaking since early twentieth century, being around 1910, when for the first time assume ownership of a vineyard located at the end of Valdoneje (which currently provides the best strains with which the payment is made Valdoneje Old Vines). The whole family wanted the brand you Payment was represented Valdoneje no other purpose than to pay tribute to their roots and especially his grandfather Antonio, who left them a legacy not only this earth but that set of values that today makes them who they are.