Our winery comprises two buildings, one of them built at the end of the seventeenth century, that functioned as a chapel (or oratory) for the inhabitants of Pago de Don Blasco, and which was transformed into a winery at the end of the nineteenth century. It is a building covered with barrel vaults, made with solid bricks arranged in inclined rows, characteristic of small religious buildings of the 17th and 18th centuries, and that are usually reformed from older buildings with wooden vaults.
This building maintains its original storage jars; clay jars, made in different periods, some dating from the 16th century, and others from the 19th and early 20th century. After the initial fermentation, the wine passes to the clay jars, where it is stored for at least 1 year, until bottled or transferred to oak barrels.
The second building is a modern construction from the end of the 20th century. It is a building situated alongside the original building, which tries to maintain the same style. In this building, we have introduced the technological updates necessary to achieve the finest quality wine produced in a winery that combines tradition and modern technology.
In this latest building is where we receive the grapes in boxes between 15 and 20kg and the first phase of the wine-making process takes place, with temperature controlled fermentation after maceration at low temperature. It has a refrigerated chamber, fruit selection belts, temperature controlled stainless steel tanks, and a laboratory.