Trena is the new wine from Casa Lo Alto and it is made of Tardana. Its name comes from the place known in the region as El Tresnal, where it was usual to pile harvest bundles in the shape of a triangular prism after reaping to lose moisture before being taken to the threshing floor.

Trena is elaborated with Tardana, a native variety of grapevine with thick skin and a long cycle, very well acclimatised to the ecosystem of the interior of the province of Valencia, more than 700 metres above sea level. The plot’s land is seated on a calcareous clay base. The 2019 harvest was carried out on the 15 October, by hand and in 15-kilo boxes. Alcoholic fermentation was spontaneous by wild yeasts in concrete tanks and high-capacity oak foudres, where it rested on fine lees until bottling, when a gentle filtration was done.

The creative inspiration of designer Dani Nebot has been enrolled once again for the label of the wine, which shows the figure of a warrior this time. The intention has been to complete the Casa Lo Alto range of wines with an image that brings back the past of our land, but with a modern vision of things to come.