With Garmón Continental, the García family completes their particular trilogy of wines and wineries in the Douro Valley - Mauro (Tudela de Duero) and San Román (Toro) - with an exciting and exclusive family project based on the vineyard, with Tempranillo or Tinto Fino as the main protagonist.

The vineyards are in La Aguilera, Moradillo, Baños, Tubilla, and Anguix, 30-100 years old with predominantly clay-calcareous and sandy-clay soils. They yield between 3,500 to 4,000 kg per ha. The wine is vinified after 12-16 days of fermentation and maceration with native yeasts, daily pump-overs, and temperatures up to 28º. Aging occurs for 20 months in French oak barrels, the 2019 vintage was bottled in September 2021.

A dry and mild year with hardly any rain until the spring and the winter-rest of the vines came later, due to mild weather until well into December. The second half of April brought very timely rains that fell steadily and gently. There were some spring frosts, which did not harm the plants as the growing cycle was late due to the lack of water. Flowering took place at the end of June and gave way to a hot summer. The harvest was carried out between 24 September in La Aguilera and 6 October in Baños, accompanied by stable weather.

Scintillating fruitiness on the nose, showing notes of liquorice and graphite on a mineral background. Compact texture and refined tannins for a full, fleshy wine and long finish.