Finca Loranque (“The Loranque Estate”) has recovered the legacy of winemaking in a land that has viniculture at its heart. The estate is located in the village of Bargas, Spain, close to the historic city of Toledo. In 1996, the Diaz Bermejo family began restoring a 200-year-old cellar located at Finca Loranque. The natural setting of the 42-hectare vineyard, along with its historic origins, manicured gardens and traditional 18th-century architecture make this vinery an enchanting place. The estate’s fertile clay soils are ideal for growing contemporary grape varietals: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah and Tempranillo.
The grapes are harvested by hand and collected in small boxes. The proximity of the vineyard to the cellar allows processing and rigorous selection to occur in less than an hour under ideal conditions. The cellar is equipped with advanced appliances such as exclusively designed stainless steel deposits. The maturation room contains over 500 casks made from French, Hungarian and American oak. The premises’ advanced humidification and cooling systems allow the elaboration process to take place in perfect conditions. Consequently, Finca Loranque wines possess a personality that identifies itself with a land boasting centuries of viniculture tradition. Simply put, Finca Loranque produces some of the finest examples of the new Spanish wines.
For more information, please visit Finca Loranque’s website.