Ines is an area in Esteban de Gormaz and its vines belong to the Designation of Origin Ribera del Duero. The church of Nuestra Señora de la Asunción was its most important monument, but it was burnt by a lightning bolt in 1974 and remains unrestored.
Nowadays, it is worth visiting the chapel of la Virgen Blanca, its wine cellars, wine-presses and the remains of the palace with a turret owned by the Duke of Frías.
A Roman road passed through the village, from Osma (Uxama) to Tiermes and the ‘Ruta de la Lana’ (‘Wool Route’) also passes through, beginning in Alicante.
In the winter of 2010, various women engaged in the recuperation of the village’s old schools, including its furniture and educational materials; aiding us in discovering the footprints in decades of educational work of times gone by. In July 2011 the School Museum was opened.
Traditionally, after the grape harvest, a lot of residents would get up early in order to collect lavender, acknowledged in Ines for its subsequent production of perfumes, soaps and creams. Andalusian businessmen used to visit the area to carry out the work, purchasing an alembic worth 30,000 pesetas and achieving a quality distillation.