Carmen Rodriguez.

Toro.


The family of Guiller Diez has been growing grapes in Toro for generations, but he is the first formal winemaker in his family. After completing his major in Winemaking, Diez created his first vintage in 2003, and his wines are already amongst the best in the region.  Practically garage wines, only 21,0000 bottles are made.  Everything is carefully crafted by hand.


The small Estate has 16 Has in small plots southeast from Toro, including the Cascajera Estate. This part of Zamora is one of the very few places in Spain where Phylloxera could never take hold. For their top wine, Carodorum uses only grapes that come from ungrafted vines that are more than 100 years old.  Guiller continues to take care of the vines in the same way his ancestors did—with out pesticides or fertilizers; all organic matter is reused, the soil is plowed without machines and by hand in some cases, and the grapes are handpicked.”


The wines are bottled unfiltered nor they are estabilized.





   

CARODORUM ISSOS 2010. TORO. 90 WA.


CARODORUM SELECCION ESPECIAL 2007. TORO. 92+ WA