Casa de la Viña
Fidel García Berlanga, grandfather of the Spanish filmmaker Luis García Berlanga, born in
Camporrobles in 1859, built “Casa de la Viña” in 1882, a winery with a manor house where the
wine from its 500 hectares of adjoining vineyards was already being produced.
After serving as mayor of Utiel, in 1894 he was appointed president of the Valencia Provincial
Council, a position in which he distinguished himself for his campaigns in defense of the
interests of Valencian winegrowers.
In 2016 we carried out a comprehensive rehabilitation process of Casa de la Viña, maintaining
the old fermentation vats that have been recovered for the aging of still wines and of our cava
Low productions of high quality level
Located at an altitude of 750 meters, our soils are clay-calcareous with a loamy texture with a balance between sand and clay that facilitates drainage when it rains abundantly and water retention in times of drought.
These characteristics offer us the possibility of making qualitative wines with very low production
Mediterranean – Continental
The climate in the Montesanco vineyards is of the continental Mediterranean type: hot summers with temperatures of over 30 degrees during the day, and night temperatures that do not exceed 18 degrees; and rigorous winters, in which sometimes it drops below -10 degrees.
Rainfall is irregular, thus resembling the Mediterranean pattern, between 420 and 520 litres/m² with dry periods in summer and quite rainy springs and autumns.
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