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In the north of the district of San Bartolomé where the mountain of Juan Bello is situated, we Hill discover the landscape of La Geria, out come of the Timanfaya´s volcanic eruptions in the XVIII century that covered most parts of the fertile areas of the iland.
Within this landscape we will encounter the natural sand pitting unique type of agriculture in the world. The farmers of Lanzarote discovered that this volcanic mantle of rofe favoured filtering and retaining night dew.
This area is dominated by large extensions of vineyards, planted within circular pits surrounded by small stone walls that protect them from the wind. It lays within the protected landscape of La Geria. And it is in this township where some of the island´s wine cellars are to be found: El Grifo, Los Bermejos and Mozaga.
Two kilometres from the monument to the farmer on the road of La Geria taking the narrow road to the right on the crossing of La Florida. The wine cellar is situated 700 metres away.
This estate with 14 hectares dedicated to growing wine has its own winecellar near a stately home. The dry and semi sweet Bermejo Malvasia obtains its transparency and balance through freezong the grape before pressing. For red and rosé wines the grapes used are Black Listan and Moll, which give aromatic and smooth strength to the palate.
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