Piedra Luenga Tempranillo is an organic red wine made with the Tempranillo red grape that grows in the vineyard overrun by a layer of lavender, poppies, clover and wildflowers, buzzing with bees and other insects.
Piedra Luenga Tempranillo ferments with natural yeast which are present in the soil of the vineyard and reaches the winery attached to the skin of the grape. When one speaks about wines which manage to express an identity, the indigenous yeasts are regarded as almost a must do obligation.
The Robles family has been dedicated to wine making in Montilla (Southern Spain) since 1927. In the late 1990s, the third generation takes over the winery and understands the need to incorporate organic viticulture and work with indigenous yeasts into the tradition of the winery.