From a high plateau, the eye travels across a wide luminous landscape stretching to a vast horizon dotted with ancient castles. A path winds along the southern bank of the Duero River. It leads to one of the most beautiful spots in the region—the Magarín vineyard—where Verdejo vines thrive in soils with large pebbles.
Camino de Magarín is a Verdejo with four months of lees aging, made from vines planted in clayey gravel and pebble-rich soils. It is an exemplary Castilian wine, but with a distinctively unique personality