The Valleoro wine cellar has 120 hectares
of private vineyard situated in the Orotava Valley.
It is an ideal place for grape cultivation, as during
the the day the temperature is a mild 25ºC and
at night the temperature tends to cool. The land used
for vineyard is between 400 to 700 metres above sea
level and is of volcanic origin and clay like. The rain
guage detects 500 litres per square metre. All the forementioned
features plus the mild trade winds secure the humidity
needed in the zone for ideal vineyard conditions.
The wines created by the ValleOro Wine
cellar have special Characteristics, which distinguish
them for other wines. This is due to the unique Canarian
grapes used, such as White Listan, Pedro Ximenez, Malvasia,
Verdello and Gual, used to produce white wines, and
Black Listan, Tintilla and Negramol used for red wines.