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WINERY Suertes del Marqués
Suertes del Marqués is a family winery that has been producing wines in the Canary Islands since 2006. However, their tradition as winegrowers goes further back twenty more years, as they were already cultivating their own grapes and selling them to other wineries in the Apellation Valle de La Orotava area. The winery owner and winemaker Jonatan Garcia gave a lot of support to the region to show the real terroir and complexity of the wines.
Geographically, the winery is located in the north of the island of Tenerife in the Valle de La Orotava, a town valley with the same name. Without a doubt, the wines produced here from ancient native vines are the finest and purest out of all the island’s wines.
Their winery philosophy is “Without losing sight of tradition”. At Suertes del Marqués, they intervene artificially as little as possible during the production of their wines. All operations in the vineyard as well as in the cellar are done by hand until the harvest. Biodynamic principles are followed, additives are frowned upon, and the wines are spontaneously fermented and neither clarified nor filtered. They also avoid systemic treatments in the vineyard and only use natural products if any wine diseases occur.
The wines of the Suertes del Marqués estate can be divided into three categories:
– Village wines: They come from different plots of different winegrowers as well as other plots of their own property. They are vinified separately and assembled together before bottling. 7 Fuentes, El Lance, Medianías and Trenzado are some wines produced in this matter.
– Single Vineyard Wines: They come exclusively from certain plots in the Finca El Esquilón. They are vinified separately and bottled, resulting in wines such as La Solana, Candio, El Esquilón, El Ciruelo, Los Pasitos and Vidonia, which take their name from the plots they originate.
– Special Wines: Suertes del Marqués Blanco Dulce (Sweet White) and Suertes del Marqués Tinto Dulce (Sweet Red).