A lover of the place that immersed him this life tinted in burgundy, he felt the need to stay in San Vicente de la Sonsierra, the place where he grew up. For that reason, with the characteristic patience required for anything that needs to be developed slowly, they went on innumerable and infinite strolls to visit local districts at the foot of El Toloño (mountain) in the hope of finding something that would fill them with enthusiasm, something that represented without words what Edu felt inside.
In Peciña, a municipality belonging to San Vicente de la Sonsierra, they found a village that represented the essence of what they were searching for. Like a journey to a wonderful old tale, Peciña barely has any registered residents, its few streets preserve the essence of that past with restored wine presses and washhouses and few, but beautiful, restored stone houses that momentarily make you feel a deep sense of peace.
He also found the perfect link with the origins that drove him, since his maternal grandfather was nicknamed “el peciñero” (term used to refer to residents from the village of Peciña) for many years. It is not clear if he
chose the place, or the place chose him.