Las Luces, not the most powerful, but there is no other Grenache like her

Red wine 100% Garnacha  elaborated under the reference Vinos de Madrid.


Las Luces reflects the essence of the Garnacha planted 97 years ago on the outskirts of the Sierra de Gredos, 870 meters above sea level, on granite gravel soils. It is made only in exceptional vintages and vocation of guard is clearly patent. A great acidity and huge tannic structure that augurs years of keeping in an intensely balsamic and deep red nose. In its label also, appears an original text of an account of Lorenzo Silva.

Red cherry robe. Nose very balsamic, with intense memories of eucalyptus, cherries, lavender, black licorice. Structured and broad, serious, with abundant tannins, fleshy and deep.

Manual harvest in boxes of the plot “Centenera” and later selection in table. Once destemmed, the grapes enter the tank and during a week they undergo a pre-fermentation maceration in cold. Subsequently the fermentation takes place naturally, with the yeast of the grape itself, without corrections or additives.


The malolactic fermentation was carried out in new French oak barrels of 500 liters, on lees, naturally, for twelve months. The wine continues the aging in the same barrels for another nine months. 20 months in total breeding. In March 2011. It is bottled without filtering and without clarification.

Optimum consumption now and for the next 10 years in optimum conservation conditions. Perfect to accompany all kinds of meats, stews, stews, Iberian, cheeses, bluefin tuna, rice and pasta.

The project of the Bodega Las Moradas de San Martín is a commitment to the oldest winemaking tradition in the southwest sub-area of the Community of Madrid. It was one of the first wineries in this area to bet on the potential of Grenache for winemaking high quality. They have focused their efforts on investigating and recovering vineyards that were disappearing by abandonment.

They have been recovering vineyards rooted in the area but as a bet for the future, maintaining the balance between traditional winemaking, but without renouncing the advantages that modern technology offers to oenology.
One of its major assets are the soils on which the vineyards are settled. The soils of the San Martin subzone are the result of the weathering of granite, gneiss and filonian rocks.

There, there are old Garnacha vineyards, planted in 1930 and formed in a glass frame, with new plantations, selected to complement the quality.

The project is headed by the oenology Isabel Galindo.


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