The finest ancient grapes cultivated in volcanic soil
The Tanajara Winery continues the agricultural traditions started by English cultivator John Hill in the 16th Century in El Hierro. Situated in the western region, the vineyards in this winery take advantage of the unique orographic conditions, with steep slopes and volcanic soil at 600 metres above sea level. Harvesting is carried out with maximum care, given that high-quality Vijariego Negro and Baboso Negro grapes are grown.
Red wines aged in wooden oak barrels
The secret of the Tanajara Winery is a careful and thorough grape harvesting which takes place at the perfect moment of the grape’s ripening. Fermented in wooden oak barrels without subsequent filtration, the resultant red wine is bottled under the El Hierro Designation of Origin. The winery is open to the public in El Pinar, although you need to have made a prior appointment.
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