The Mesta was a powerful alliance of shepherds in medieval Castile, who controlled the “cañadas”: traditional rights-of-way for migrating sheep. This vineyard is deep in the heart of the Mesta, and are still passed over by herds of sheep on their annual migration. This wine is unoaked and juicy, showcasing all the characteristics of tempranillo that is grown at a high altitude. You'll find notes of red berries, rosemary and a touch of liquorice with a lingering dry finish. Best paired with tapas or a complex pasta dish.