La Haya winery is founded in 2001 following the wine making tradition of the González Hernández family. The vineyards lie in La Cruz Santa, an excellent area for making white wines which belongs to the appellation of origin of Valle de La Orotava.
The oldest listán blanco grapevines are over 200 years old. For a while now they have also been incorporating ten percent of mixed varieties using local grapes such as malvasía, gual, forastera gomera, vijariego blanco, albillo and marmejuelo.
Using traditional craftsmanship, combining care for the soil, cultivation and grape processing as well as selection of varieties and wine making in a personlised winery, they have achieved a compendium of characteristic sensations that gives these wines a diverse and typical character.
Maintaining the original traditions, cultivation of the grapes is carried out with utmost respect while trying to attain a combination of traditional wine making and modern oenology. The results are typical varietal wines which make them so special.
This winery produces only white wines (dry, barrel aged and fruity).