The Vi de la Vila Torroja is Dominik Huber’s “village” wine and among his reds, the only one where he blends Garnatxa Negra with Carinyena. It comes from several vineyards ranging in age from 50–75 years old located around the village of Torroja which are on primarily classic llicorella soils in addition to a portion of the Garnatxa planted on much scarcer limestone clay. As with all this red cuvées the vineyards are farmed with a form of biodynamics adapted for the Mediterranean climate, the grapes are harvested by hand and layered, whole cluster, into a fermentation tank where the weight of the grapes produce just enough juice to begin fermentation. At this point Dominik lets nature take its course and after a short maceration the wine is transferred to cement tank and Stockinger fuder to complete its primary, and malolactic fermentations. After aging for at least 18 months it is bottled.