European cherry picotas are renowned worldwide for their sweet taste and crunchiness and for ensuring the traceability through a sustainable agricultural management which takes care of the environment and keeps the natural cycle of its surroundings.

Consuming fruits such as European cherry picotas is recommended in healthy diets. Cherries contain Serotonin, Tryptophan and Melatonin as well as 8 types of vitamins, trace elements, flavonoids, antioxidants, ellagic acid and fibres.


Cherries spread across Europe thanks to the Roman Empire, who saw this small fruit as a Nectar of the Gods.

Nowadays the cherry picota are harvested one at a time by hand, just as day one.
Cultivation methods are traditional; they pass down generation to generation with this ancestral taste that is kept in the countryside.

Thanks to cherry farming, many rural areas keep their population and, at the same time, its natural surroundings are respected, thereby reaching a symbiosis between the human being and nature. European cherry picotas are a mountain crop, since cherry trees need the altitude and cold climate in winter to grow and give sweet fruits.

A nectar of the Gods


European cherry picotas have features that make them special and unique; they are cherries with a protected Designation of origin grown between mountains with a unique microclimate. It is characterised by concentrating an intense sweet flavour in a smaller cheery size, with a crunchy bite and because it detaches from its stem naturally whilst being harvested.

By consuming European cherries we ensure quality, traceability and respect for the environment. They are always grown with the utmost regards of quality under stipulations that guarantee their processes. Behind each cherry there is a family who takes great care of the fruit so it will be simply: excellent.

A cherry cultivated sustainably

European cherry picota is grown in a traditional manner in drought without any auxiliary irrigation systems, respectful towards the environment. This cherry is hand-picked, sustainably and respectful with tradition and social surrounding. This system helps the environmental and economical development of the land, as well as helping the circular economy and sustainability of countryside life.

How to recognised them
Natural Absence of stalk.
Cherry of a smaller size but more taste.
Crunchy with every bite.
Deep red colour.
The best? Quality one with Protected Designation of Origin.
How to recognised them