Temperatures of 22 degrees during the month of January and an extremely dry winter suggested that the sprouting of the vines would be in danger, and more so when in the month of March the cereal began to brown before graining.
However, the rains arrived in time to strongly boost the sprouting of the vine and the more than 150 liters collected in April favored a very fast and complete sprouting, with a good sample of grapes.
Finally, the unstable weather in June made the vintage that was initially expected to be generous in kilos to be a normal and higher quality vintage.
The grape grains are now kept small and it only depends on the rain that may fall until the harvest - and the increase in its diameter - to finish outlining what will be the balance point between production and quality that will define the character of our wine. and dig this 2016.