Grapes are received in the cellar. The stems are discarded and the mixture of flesh and juice is transferred to the tanks, where alcohol fermentation takes place. Once this process is completed, a second, fermentation called malolactic fermentation takes place. In this process, the wine loses acidity, acquiring subtlety and aromatic complexity.
When this fermentation is complete, the wine is ready for the future you have in store for it. If it is to be a young wine, it is clarified and bottled. However, if it is to become a crianza wine, it is poured into oak casks to be aged.