The vines of Cullerot are treillis planted with a density average of 2,500 vines per hectare. The winemaking process involves total destemming, a various maceration dependant on the grape, and natural cold finning with
lees work. The name, “Cullerot” means tadpole
Celler del Roure was created in 1995 as a family estate by Pablo Calatayud. Based in the village of Moixent, the property is committed to nurturing and championing the wines and indigenous varietals of the region, most notably the Mando grape. The estate owns three different blocks of vines on the northern slope of the Serra Grossa at 550 meters above sea level.