For this wine, the harvest is done at night and manually, so that it reaches as fresh as possible to the cellar, where it is covered in a wooden tub, 90% of the grapes with scrape and 10% destemmed. There are two daily bazuqueos and two reassembled. The maceration is carried out for 28 days, and after its subsequent pressing, the wine does a breeding of 1 year.


The Atlántida Wine is a Cadiz Wine, a Red Wine and an Organic Wine. Its grapes are manually harvested at night so that the winery arrives fresh, where it is vatted.

TheTintilla grape of Atlántida comes from Pago Balbaína, which is the Pago de Jerez closest to the sea. Within this, the grapes that are destined to Atlántida are the vines of the hill that have floors of more purity of Albariza and with more influence of the sea.

According to tradition, the fines and the Manzanillas came from this Pago, since they were the freshest soils, which allowed a good end of maturation, gave less degree and more respected the acidity of the wine.

You can tell this while serving:  The name of this wine comes from the historical lost city described by Plato: "Then you could cross this ocean. There was, indeed, an island, situated opposite the strait, which in your language you call the columns of Hercules. This island was larger than Libya and Asia assembled; The navigators passed from there to the other islands, and from these to the continent, that bathes this sea, truly worthy of this name". According to the latest research carried out, they place the Atlantis at the mouth of the Guadalquivir, therefore, these lands of the framework would be part of the civilization of Atlantis.

Tipo de Vino
Vinos de Autor
Tintilla 100%
Denominación de Origen
VT Cádiz
Pairing - Moments
Only you and me
Pairing - People
She/ He
Pairing - Music
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