Valleoscuro wines are produced in an area in the northeast of the province of Zamora, with an average altitude of 725 metres. The soil, made of dark lime on stony deposits, is perfect for the Tempranillo vines. Prieto Picudo is an indigenous grape variety from the Benavente Valleys. It is an easily identifiable grape from its small cone shaped clusters, and deep purple/blue colouring. It produces clean wines with nice red fruit and great freshness.