The DO Valencia has a total of 13,000 hectares of vineyards along their four subzones (Alto Turia, Moscatel, Valentino, and Clariano ). The excellent geographical location and the warm climate make an excellent place for red wines –which boast the most intense color from the Eastern part of Spain

The coastal vineyards have a Mediterranean climate but the majority which are further inland have a mild continental climate (long, hot dry summers and cold winters). Temperatures can vary up to 30°C on a daily basis. Maximum temperature in summer can reach over 40°C and in winter drop to -5°C

In general, the subsoils vary from fluvial type at low altitudes, to lime bearing at the higher altitudes, and sandy type at the intermediate altitudes. They are generally soils from the Miocene and the Quaternary period, very permeable and therefore do not give rise to drainage problems.

Grape Varieties:

White: Chardonnay, Macabeo, Malvasía, Merseguera, Moscatel, Verdil.

Red: Bobal, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Monastrell, Pinot Noir, Tempranillo, Tintorera.

The Winery

The 200 hectares of vineyards are situated in a privileged area of vine cultivation. The state is situated in one of the best winemaking areas in the  Utiel-Requena, in Caudete de las Fuentes, in the province of Valencia.  Native varietal here is Bobal.

The winery is situated in the centre of the estate, in perfect harmony with the area. We use the most modern technology to manipulate the highest quality grapes to ensure an excellent wine.

El Renegado is a spectacular estate of 200 ha. of vines in the rolling hills of Utiel, Valencia.

Winthers are cold, the summers are hot and dry. Spring and autumn are the main periods of rain.