The philosophy of Vallegarcía is to produce very high-quality wines only from grapes grown in their own vineyards, with a balanced composition, harvested by hand at the optimum moment of ripeness and with the capacity of aging both in the barrel and the bottle. The first plantings included five red varieties, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah and Petit Verdot, along with a one white, Viognier. Today, together with Monastrell, Grenache and Cariñena, they represent 50 hectares of vineyards. Eric Boissenot, oenologist from Bordeaux and one of the most reputed figures in the world of wine is a consultant. Vallegarcía is their sole Spanish client and their work there is focused on refining tannins. Vallegarcía is, probably, one of the best equipped and most modern wineries in Spain and the cellar has 1,000 barrels, all of them made from French oak. The annual production is under 200.000 bottles. The range of wines distinguishes between Bordelais and Rhône grapes of complex and elegant wines with a marked expression of both the terroir and grape variety and can be found in many Michelin starred restaurants around the globe.