It was a shorter vintage than usual in terms of quantity, but of a very high level of quality. Quantity wise, a 25-30% decrease in yield compared to a normal year's harvest. Great concentration of colour and grade that will allow keeping back wines with great longevity and with lots of fruit. Very favourable year for the cultivation of the vine, with two shocks at the beginning and end of the cycle. There was no excessive rainfall but very well distributed throughout the year, which helped the vines show no signs of drought and allowing the grapes to ripen perfectly. The only critical moment caused by the rains was the 70 litres dropped in September, which produced some breakage in berries, especially whites and fortunately was negligible thanks to the high temperatures in the following days of above 30 degrees. This dried the grapes completely and didn't let the fearsome botrytis develop. It was a vintage that accumulated an advance of about 10 days compared to a normal year. The low production, the favourable climate during most of the year, the morphology of grains and clusters and the good work of the winemakers resulted in very high quality wines.