Vine varietiesBODEGAS EL LOMO
Native Canary Islands varieties:
The botanical garden of global viticulture
The dreaded plague of the phylloxera that swept through the vineyards last century has not entered the Canary Islands. Therefore we are privileged to have pre-phylloxeric varieties. Canary Islands, in addition to being able to make the plantations on ungrafted. it has a very wide set of varieties, more than one hundred varieties between whites and inks are part of our heritage.
Most of these varieties were brought by the conquerors and colonizers of the Archipelago. The “Negramolle” of Portuguese origin, Malvasía from Candia, and a long etcetera arrived from beyond the seas.