Tres Pueblos is made from grapes grown on two small parcels to the west and north-west of the three villages. Mineral-rich clay soil, nearly 3000 hours of sunlight per year and an impressive altitude of between 900-1000m. The grapes are picked by hand during the early morning and at dusk. Harvest in this region of Almería will typically take place during late September. Harry Hunt lets the two varieties co-fermented in stainless steel tank, resulting in a fresh and lively mouthfeel.
Medium bodied with expressive aromas of candied peel, melon and honeysuckle, luscious flavours of ripe pears and apricots with a fresh hint of lime, and an enduring finish.
Grapes: Macebeo (80%), Viognier (20%)