In the Terra Alta, known as the “wild west” of Catalunya, (2 hours south of Barcelona and 30 minutes from the coast) Francesc and Joan Frisach, two brothers, work together on their grandparents' vineyards in a small village called Corbera d’Ebre. Part of the Ebre River Region, it is the heart of the Spanish Civil War. Grenache Blanc is the principal grape of the region and it is planted in the highlands in a zone where the natural geographical amphitheater creates a mixing of northern cool winds and warm salty winds from the ocean. Warm days with lots of sunshine allows the grenache to reach full ripeness, and cool dry nights allow for crisp acidity and tension. Olive and Almond trees are equally as prominent as Grenache blanc, and they are planted amongst the vines in all of the vineyards. The wines are made as a homage to the ancient winemaking of the town, with little or no sulfur. With a key eye for the perfect balance between mature fruit and fresh acidity, they are pure and radiant expressions of grenache, with an incredible sense of place.