Valentia Edetanorum, from the Latin Valentia, ‘bravery’ and Edetanorum, ‘in the Edetania region’, is the name given to a Roman city. It was founded by Roman settlers on one of the terraces of the Turia and is considered a classic Roman city in all its conceptions and a strategic place near the sea, a fluvial island where the Via Augusta passed. The wine has wanted to preserve the wine tradition of the land, presenting a variety of its own wines, with original grapes and, as it could not be otherwise, with the certification of Protected Denomination of Origin Utiel – Requena.



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