The legacy of an
exceptional wine.

A wine made from
Garnacha grapes from the
D.O. Calatayud.


A region where
Garnacha is queen.

Mineral soils,
an impossible climate, and
passionate winemakers bring out the
best in this grape.


A wine from
Calatayud with
universal prestige.

A wine from
Calatayud with

La Torre receives high scores.
It couldn't be any other way.

The Castle

The Castle of Maluenda is a fortress built by Muslims in the 9th-10th centuries; it is one of the oldest in Spain and a clear example of a Muslim castle, with an irregular and elongated layout, built on a hill. It stands out for its imposing tower, which guards the entrance to the fortress.

Maluenda has always been a place of cultural exchange. Its origins go back to Roman settlements, it has been Mozarabic, and it has witnessed many historical events. Today, it is a village of 800 inhabitants, with a winery inside, which is now our home.

The Tower,
an exceptional wine

Discover a garnet red wine with bright violet reflections.

On the nose, notes of cherries and blueberries stand out, along with sweet spices, chocolate, and a hint of alcohol. Fresh on the palate with silky tannins. In the mid-palate, predominant notes of cocoa powder, spices, and sweet mocha. Beautiful long finish with a touch of herbs.

Classification: DO Calatayud
Variety: Garnacha
Aging: 3 months in 225-liter barrels
Serving temperature: 16-18ºC
Awards: 92 Points IWR, 91 James Suckling, 91 Guía Peñín.

Perfect for pairing with lamb, duck with cherries, osso buco, or Beaufort cheese.

Maluenda, the land that welcomed us

This wine is a tribute to the people who welcomed us, to a village with a long tradition in viticulture.

After more than 57 years of activity, in 2020, the cooperative was on the verge of ceasing its activities, a sad and significant event in this small village of 800 inhabitants. And here, Mark, the Belgian, a lover of Calatayud and already collaborating with the cooperative, saw it clearly: to take over the cooperative and continue the legacy. The village mayor, Carmen Herrero, stated: "More than the wine, we are happy that life is returning to the village."

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