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Cherries are the fruit of cherry trees of the family Rosaceae reaching up to 20 meters high. This family includes more than 2,000 species of herbaceous plants, shrubs and trees distributed in temperate regions around the world. Wild cherries, sour classified as fruit, cherries are called and are the forerunners of all current varieties.

It is considered a good source of vitamin C and bioflavonoids, which makes already an excellent antioxidant. But what really distinguishes it as a protective nutrient against cancer is its content of ellagic acid, a substance that inhibits the replication of cancer cells.

Black cherries contain more iron, magnesium and potassium than other varieties clearer, but all are a good source of silicon and provitamin A (beta-carotene).

Rough Harvest Time: from December to January.
Cold Duration: 12 months.


The apple is the fruit of the apple tree, tree of the family Rosaceae. This family includes more than 2,000 species of herbaceous plants, shrubs and trees distributed in temperate regions around the world.

Properties apple:

  1. Useful for diabetics, pectin helps keep sugar levels stable.
  2. Pectin helps our body to remove heavy metals such as lead and mercury.
  3. Regular consumption of apple can help people with high cholesterol.
  4. It is both effective against constipation and diarrhea.
  5. Apple clean the teeth and strengthens the gums.

Nutritional information:

  1. It contains quercetin, which can be a real tonic for the heart and circulation.
  2. also it contains, especially effective in the digestion of fatty foods malic and tartaric acid.
  3. Great source of vitamin C that helps the immune system.
  4. The apple is a good source of fiber.

Varieties: Braeburn, Fuji, FUJI ROYAL, GRANNY SMITH, PINK LADY RED FUJI, ROYAL GALA, Red Delicious, Starking RED.

Approximate date of harvest: February - April.

Cold Duration: 8 months.


The pear is a fruit that belongs to the family Rosaceae, which includes more than 2000 species of herbaceous plants, shrubs and trees distributed in temperate regions around the world. The main European fruits of this great family are: apple, loquat, quince, plums, strawberries, blackberries, etc. Its shape depends on the variety and ranges between an apple and a tear, as well as its flavor, texture and color, ranging from yellow to green through red and brown.

Pera properties:

  • The pear is a good food for diabetics, it helps maintain blood sweeten control.
  • Its regular use can help keep cholesterol levels stable.
  • Rich in pectin, relieves indigestion.
  • The pear is useful in weight loss diets, including foods, fiber content keeps the feeling of fullness and cleanses the body.

Pear Nutrition Facts:

  • Rich source of soluble fiber, acts as a regulator.
  • Pear contains Beta carotene (ideal for skin, eye and defenses).
  • Good source of vitamin C and potassium.
  • The pear is a good source of energy, carbohydrates are released slowly, which makes it ideal for athletes.


Approximate date of harvest: from February to March.

Cold Duration: 6 months.


The kiwi comes from a climbing plant that receives the same name and belongs to the family of Actinidiáceas, which includes about 300 trees and shrubs, many ornamental climbers and own the southern hemisphere. Despite its unattractive appearance, it is a very tasty fruit, interesting nutritional properties and very healthy

Its major component is water. It is moderate caloric intake, by their amount of carbohydrates. It stresses its vitamin C "more than double than an orange", and B vitamins, including folic acid. It also is rich in minerals such as potassium, magnesium and fiber, soluble and insoluble. Fiber improves intestinal transit, vitamin C is involved in the formation of collagen, bones and teeth, red blood cells and promotes the absorption of iron from food and resistance to infections. Folic acid helps produce red and white blood cells, in the genetic material synthesis and formation of immune system antibodies. Magnesium is related to the functioning of the bowel, nerves and muscles, is part of bones and teeth, it enhances immunity and has a mild laxative effect. Potassium is necessary for the transmission and generation of nerve impulses, for normal muscle activity and is involved in water balance inside and outside the cell.

Cold Duration: 4 months.


Bilberry is a berry that grows from small family namesake shrub of the genus Vaccinium Ericaceae, which reaches 25 to 50 centimeters tall. This genus consists of a dozen plants that produce berries dark, bluish or reddish, rich in antioxidants, plant pigments that give them their characteristic color.

Its consumption is traditional in the Northern Hemisphere countries, where it is valued not only for its taste but also for its medicinal properties. Blueberries are a good source of vitamin C, stimulating the body's natural defenses and potent antioxidant; block the production of enzymes that need cancer cell to multiply and produce tumors; They have antibacterial powers and can alleviate digestive discomfort. Decreases the incidence of atherosclerotic plaques in arteries (which reduces the risk of heart attacks, strokes, deep vein thrombosis, among others). It also reduces the aging process.

Varieties: Briggita, DUKE, ELLIOT, O'NEAL, LEGACY.
Rough Harvest Date: November to February.
Cold Duration: 12 months.


The plum is the fruit of a species of the genus Prunus, it is a drupe, that is, it is a fleshy fruit with a single seed. There are many varieties of plums colors and sizes. Some are yellow, white, green or red pulp.

Plums contain 80% water, fiber, has almost no calories, carbohydrates carbons.

The plum contains:

Vitamins A, B1, B2, E.
Minerals: Potassium, Magnesium, phosphorus, calcium, iron, sulfur.


  1. Problems of intestinal transit, constipation (laxative great power)
  2. Anemia.
  3. Cough, Bronchitis.
  4. Skin, eye, teeth, bones.
  5. It is highly detoxifying and that favors the problems of obesity, skin, gout, arthritis, rheumatism.
  6. Aids digestion.


Cold Duration: 2 months.


Our wines are the result of constant and careful work starting from the vineyards. We with our own vines that allow us to maintain excellence from the source. We manage our fruit to achieve the best result in the wine, which is processed in our warehouse that houses 3,600,000 Lt.

Our grape varieties are:


  • Chardonnay.
  • Sauvignon Blanc.


  • Cabernet Sauvignon.
  • Merlot.
  • Carmenere.
  • Syrah.
  • Aspirant Bouchent.

Drinking wine produced, to most humans, a real pleasure. For some time it is known that besides enjoying its smell, color and, above all, the taste, the precious liquid helps to improve health. The news came to light a few years ago, when it was discovered that wine works as a vasodilator and therefore helps to improve the work carried out by our heart.

Cardiac benefits:

Then the controversy arose How could someone were to advise the consumption of alcohol? Over time they have been discovered new benefits, provided that the intake is moderate. It is obvious that drink without limit is not good for anyone, no matter who says "is used," but a glass of delicious liquid burgundy "red is clearly the healthiest" in foods reduces the risk of heart problems .

Delay of senile dementia:

But that is not all. In recent months, research has gone farther than could have imagined. There are studies that say that there is an inverse relationship between moderate wine consumption and the onset of dementia, meaning that the wine is good to remember. This statement comes from the Pellegrin Hospital in Bordeaux, where monitoring was carried out around 4,000 people over 65 years.

Reducing the rate of Alzheimer:

He qualified participants in the study in nonusers, light, moderate and heavy users. Moderate they presented, compared to nonusers, a reduction of 80% in the frequency of dementia and 75% in Alzheimer's. The percentage decreased to 55% in heavy users and was lowered to 25% in light. The reality shown by researchers can not be explained by medical, psychological or social and family factors. Perhaps the reason is simpler and has its origin in the joy and pleasure that wine produced humans.

Also remember, with wine you can see more clearly provided that the amount of one or two drinks is exceeded during meals. Thanks to its antioxidant effect, broths can prevent the degeneration of the eye macula, a problem that affects quite often over 65 years. A study in the American Geriatrics Society, about 3,000 men and women aged between 45 and 74 years, says that seniors who drink wine have a 19% lower risk of developing the disease.