LORDINA wine is produced in the Empordà, a region in north-eastern Spain, in a privileged location next to the Mediterranean Sea and the Cap de Creus Natural Park, where the mountains of the Pyrenees meet the Costa Brava.

There is a centuries-old tradition of cultivating vines in this area, as it was the gateway through which the Greeks introduced the cultivation of vines into Spain in around 600 B.

Vines cultivated in a granite soil make LORDINA a mineral wine, which is light and full of complex aromatic characteristics.

Tramuntana, a dry wind typical of the area, creates the specific conditions that help to provide a healthy grape that is rich in nuances.