The agronomic year began with a very dry winter, without snowfall, in which the temperatures of January and February have been very low and the plant has had a good hibernating vegetative stop. Environment at 15 of that same month, after three days of high temperatures, the plant cycle begins, crying occurs. In spite of the few precipitations of May and June, the soils are observed in seasoning until the middle of June, at which time there is an increase in temperatures that begins to produce some water stress in the plants. These conditions produce a rather late sprouting and at a measured pace. These conditions during this phase are going to mark the vintage a lot, since it is at this moment when cell multiplication occurs. The berries are added are small and very concentrated. In the middle of July there are some summer storms that come very well at the vegetative level since the plants grow a lot during this month. These storms make us a little above the average rainfall in that month. August is very dry and the vineyard begins to suffer severely water stress. Some episodes of storms, with slight localized calves, help to alleviate the situation slightly. These rains what they do get is to increase the extractability of the grape compounds, since they degrade the skins of the grapes by mechanical action. The characteristics of the grapes have allowed to make very smooth extractions, with light traces. The good of the grape leaves alone, and the concentration of the grape is expressed by extractions by infusion (must in contact with the skins) and not by diffusion (forcing the extraction with excessive traces). In summary, we can say that it has been a fresh but quite dry vintage, with a berry size that has allowed soft vinification.