A prosperous village, northwest and up-river of Valencia. Also the name of the Coven located a half-day’s journey south of the village.
The village is known for its wines, which are exported to Valencia and then beyond. The local nobles would dearly like to break the monopoly currently held by Valencia’s trading cartels, and sell wine through other channels. However, this is extremely difficult to do under Alomahad rule, which carefully monitors the alcohol trade.
Other exports include basic foodstuffs to Valencia, and a very small industry in inks and dyes.
The coven was built out of the southern-most vineyard of the Vilamarchante area, where the plains begin to turn into rolling hills. Several small vineyards and farms dot the tiny mud road between the coven and the village proper, whose traffic consists primarily of villagers trading goods to each other.