A wine of limited production from a centennial single vineyard, which has been kept for a year and a half in new French oak barrels and one year in bottle; giving an astonishing complexity, structure and elegance. It is a very singular white wine, with the soul of a red wine which surprises all who taste it. A white wine that exceeds all expectations with its complexity and structure, it combines the quality of selected grapes grown on a traditional singe vineyard, which gives its name to the wine and of a balanced ageing in new French oak barrels for a year and a half. The result is a surprising white wine of great bouquet, a white wine of character born to surprise by its uniqueness and perfect to accompany a great variety of rich dishes, with a magnificent potential to evolve and last gracefully in the bottle.

Own Single-Vineyard: Capellanía single-vineyard. Planted in 1945 located on a plateau at an altitude of 485 metres, the highest point of the Ygay Estate, our 300-hectare estate in Rioja Alta.

Grape Variety: 100% Viura.

Manual Harvest: October 10 and 11, 2013.

Winemaking: Grapes are first carefully crushed and after a short skin contact they are gently pressed in a vertical press. This is a gentle and slow process that favors the extraction of all the aromatic potential from our low-yield Viura grapes. The juice is then settled and fermented in a temperature-controlled stainless steel tank for 24 days.

Ageing Process: 15 months in 225-litre new French oak barrels.

Bottling Date: March, 17th 2016.

Number of Bottles: 21.821(75cl).

Pairing: Duck Mi-cuit, bitter orange marmalade and ginger; Pollard stuffed with poultry, truffles and wine infused pears; Smoked salmon, pickles with white wine mustard; Grilled foie gras with warmed red fruits.

Serving Suggestions: We recommend decanting the wine some minutes before serving to let it breathe and show its full aromatic potential. Recommended serving temperature around 14º -15º C (57º - 59º F).


TIM ATKIN (UK): 94 points.

ROBERT PARKER (USA): 92 points.