Producer Company · Bambú Producciones
Format · 42x70'
Genre · Thriller
Periodicity · Weekly
La Rioja. End of the 60’s. The Cortázar and the Reverte wineries have formed an alliance and they struggle to make a room for themselves in a market controlled with firm hand and unscrupulously by the Miranda winery. The patriarch of this family, Mr. Santiago Miranda, is an oppressive and overambitious despot who will not stop for no man.
As if the enmity between the Cortázar and the Miranda were not enough, something will make things worse. Elena, daughter of Alejandro Cortázar, and Luis, son of Santiago Miranda, fall in love hopelessly. They know none of their families would ever accept their relationship and so they only have one choice: run away together. But the Cortázar discover the intentions of Elena and decide to keep her away from Luis breaking the heart of the young Miranda.
Two years after her departure, Elena returns to attend to the wedding of her brother Vicente. It is time to clear things up and recover the past, although that will not be as easy as she expects it to be.
Betrayals, ploys, murders, hate and love. Two families confronted, a war of feelings and power.
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Jacobo Martínez, Óscar Barrio, Fernando López Coloma, Daniel Sosa and Alfonso Postigo
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Make-up and Hair Style
EMILIO GUTIÉRREZ CABA
ARMANDO DEL RÍO
MARINA SAN JOSÉ
International Television and Film Awards of New York Festivals 2011
Award in the Drama category
Reino de León Televisión and Film Festival 2011
Award for the Best Original Idea and Artistic Quality
Punto Radio Broadcaster Awards 2010
Award in the Best TV Series category
‘Pasión de Críticos’ Award 2010 – FesTVal-Festival de TV de Vitoria
Award in the Best of the Year category