The Llanovid Co-operative Society, responsible for the Teneguia label, has been producing quality wines since it was founded in 1947. It has 300 members scattered all over the island, making it the largest winery on La Palma. The annual harvest varies between 400,000 and 500,000 kilos of grapes.But despite this island-wide vocation, the name of Vinos Teneguía is linked to the centuries-old wine-producing tradition of the boroughs of Villa de Mazo and Fuencaliente, on La Palma for many good reasons. In this part of the island, with its geologically very young soils, the grape vine is THE crop. The surprising variety of strains conserved on La Palma allows the co-operative to make 16 different kinds of wines. But the jewel in the crown, the flagship and most highly appreciated of all of them remains the Malmsey of course; a naturally sweet wine whose fame has been recognised throughout Europe since at least the 17th century. Teneguía has chosen its star variety for a limited edition series in tribute to the spectacular skies of La Palma. It is presented in an elegant glass perfume bottle, finished with a stopper, also of glass, and embraced by an elegant re-cycled cardboard Constellation coffer. The label is aluminium and symbolises the Milky Way, speckled with twinkling stars. A star wine that passes on the astronomic quality of the best skies in the world to the palate.