Altos de Trevejos, La Jirafa & Bambu Volcanic Wines
Altos de Tr3vejos, one of the highest vineyards in Spain and with the most sunshine in the world, at the foot of Mount Teide, where 23 hectares of centuries-old and young vines extend along the southern slopes of the volcano in the Llanos de Trevejos, at 1,300 meters above sea level.
The icy cold of the night tans and contrasts with the intense sun of the day to slowly ripen its grapes and naturally enhance the aromas and fruit flavors of the Malvasia aromatic, Albillo Criollo and Muscat of Alexandria varieties. Listán Blanco and Verdello, in addition to Baboso Negro, Vijariego Negro, Syrah and Listán Prieto, which give the Altos de Trevejos winery that special flavor.
For decades, the wine was made in the Canarian mansion from 1790 classified as an Asset of Cultural Interest that the Alfonso family owns in the municipality of San Miguel Abona, and whose main patio presides over a huge winery from the early 19th century.