As explained by the winery in a note, 'Ojo de Gallo' is "a wine that represents exceptionally unique values of the land and albariza palomino grape, two pillars of viticulture in the Jerez". Estevez has 800 hectares of vineyards in the Jerez, 12 percent controlled by the Designation of Origin total, which makes him "the chief vintner frame and Andalusia." This data demonstrates "the interest and importance that the winery gives the vineyard as a fundamental part of his philosophy, betting on the origin and uniqueness of a unique terroir in the world and working to achieve sustainable food chain in the the vineyard is perfectly integrated, generating wealth and improvements in the sector, "he stressed. Of the 800 hectares of vineyards owned by Estevez, 256 hectares are in the Pago Macharnudo, representing 32 percent of total payment extension. All the grapes used for the production of 'Ojo de Gallo' comes from vines between 20 and 25 years old located in Pago Macharnudo Alto, considered "one of the most emblematic of Jerez thanks to the quality of its albariza and privileged situation". After the harvest and fermentation with selected yeasts, the wine spends six months on its lees deposit, bringing "density, smoothness and complexity to the mouth, while contributing to the protection of the aromas of fine palomino". The end result is 'Ojo de Gallo', a white wine that "evokes the own mineral aromas Macharnudo. On the palate recalls the limestone of its soil, chalk. In a marked acidity, mineral nuances, complexity and honesty with its origin, making it an icon of its origin, Jerez albariza and palomino fino variety "