Family owned and run winery in Huelva, in the
deep south of Spain, on the Atlantic coast close to Portugal on one
side and the Doñana national park on the other.
The winery, constructed in 1868 in Rociana del Condado, has a
very classic Andalus feel to it with white walls, high ceilings and
lots of space to work with. As a family they show commitment to
their locality; they are passionate about their vineyards, mostly
put down to the local variety; Zalema.
Having converted a substantial portion of their vineyards to
organic viticulture they are aiming to have certified wines within
the next years and this respect for the naturalness of their
environment shows through in the way they produce two distinct
fresh young white wines, both made of Zalema, the only difference
being the soils they came from.
The first, Edalo, comes from soils nearer the sea, sandy, clay
soils and measurably higher rainfall while the second, Viña
Barredero comes from vineyards with some chalk, some iron and less
water giving a finer, more mineral wine.
A family deeply committed to the their local environment and
culture, they strive to explore and define "where they come