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Bodegas Vegalfaro Caprasia Bobal Ánfora

Andrés Valiente and his son Rodolfo formed Viñedos & Bodegas Vegalfaro in 1999. The name Vegalfaro comes from a combination of the word “vega,” meaning a lowland meadow or stretch of alluvial soil, with the historic name of their winery property, Casa Alfaro.

Bodegas Vegalfaro cultivates 60 hectares (148 acres) of low-yielding vines that fully conform to the strict requirements of Ecological Farming established by the European Union. The winery has never utilized artificial products in its vineyards, so soils are alive with a prolific variety of microfauna. These microscopic organisms are very important for the decomposition of organic material, as well as for the absorption of nutrients through a symbiotic relationship with the vine roots.

Caprasia in Iberian meant “the land of the goats.” The Caprasia brand pays tribute to a time when wild goats ran free and the native Iberian people practiced viticulture between the Sierra Cabrillas mountains and the Cabriel river. Situated at an altitud of 680m in the Vega del Rio Magro, this wine comes from a plot of red loamy clay soil adjoining the bodega and another small plot of limestone. The entire Bobal plantation is grown in the traditional bush vine style comprised of old vines with an average age of 85 years.

Certified organic.

For more info, visit Bodegas Vegalfaro website.

100% Bobal


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