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These wineries are located in Jerez de la Frontera (Cadiz), Hacienda Vistahermosa, and were created in 2002 with the clear intention of revitalizing the winemaking tradition of Jerez, where there are indications that the ink grapes came to these lands 3,000 years ago with the Phoenicians, until phylloxera (from America) swept away all the plantations. The typical wines of Jerez however are only about 150 years old. In past days the Tintilla grape prevailed, which gave greater graduation to the wines.

Attention to every detail

The family starts a plantation of red varieties (Syrah, Petit Verdot, Merlot, Tempranillo and Cabernet Sauvignon) on a high hill of Pago del Corchuelo, whose privileged location allows the direct influx of maritime winds, thus achieving a perfect microclimate, which together with The nature of the calcareous clay soil typical of the Jerez area gives the wines an excellent minerality. Once at the Luis Pérez Winery, they explained to me how they carry out winemaking by gravity, with short macerations and at low temperatures to achieve a young-looking wine but with a surprising structure. The selection of barrels is very important throughout the process, since depending on the variety, the cooperage, grain and degree of toasting of the staves (slats that form the barrel) are chosen.

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The barrel park is completely renewed every 3 years. In this vineyard 2.5 kg of grapes are produced per vineyard, which is equivalent to one bottle per plant. To obtain this quantity of grapes, but of the highest quality, pruning and thinning (elimination of clusters) are carried out, selecting the best clusters for wine production. Among the vineyards, a great variety of fruit trees are planted, both to break with monoculture, and by tradition, since in the case of quinces, formerly they were placed near the roads that surrounded the crops so that travelers could settle for their fruits and they will not enter the fields and waste production.

At Bodegas Luis Pérez, for the harvest (collection), the right moment is expected, according to the variety and age, within each variety. The harvest takes place in these lands between 1:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m., to avoid the midday heat that can cause the grapes to break due to excessive expansion. When the grape breaks, in addition to oxidizing the juice, it can become contaminated with other undesirable yeasts that are found in the bunches.In some varieties, the harvest begins the last week of August, although generally this will depend on the climate that has existed that year. that affects ripening.

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