In 1885 the young Francisco Oller decides to leave his hometown, plagued by phylloxera, to build a better future in France. His steps will take him to Reims, in the heart of the French Champagne, where he will create a powerful industry with the development of corks. There, he will have four children of very strong personalities: Angèle (brave), Hélène (rebel), Louis (unsatisfied), and Yvonne (mysterious). Through them, Rafel Nadal builds a family saga that goes through the most turbulent century of the history of Europe: the First World War, the crack of 1929, the Nazi persecution of the Jews, the Spanish Civil War, the Second World War and the European rebirth after the war.
Loves and hates, successes and failures, revenge and betrayal: a family saga with powerful characters and intense passions.