The region is on the edge of the Sierra de Gredos (Central System Mountains), 78 km (48 miles) south-west of Madrid. The area has a very long wine producing history, being first documented in the XIII century regarding an ownership dispute over a vineyard between a local landlord and a monastic community.

The region is in the outskirts of Sierra de Gredos (Central System Mountains), 78 km (48 miles) south-west from Madrid City.  The soils at Cadalso de los Vidrios are very weathered granite, very poor in nutrients and with an acidic to neutral pH. It’s nearness to the mountains leads to cold winters, hot summers and (for Spain) a moderate annual rainfall with long hours of sunshine. Our vines grow between 600 to 1,000 meters above sea level.

All of these characteristics (climate, altitude and granitic soil) transfer to the grapes making our garnacha wines very special.


Our production facilities are in Calle del Hilero 7, Pelayos de la Presa 28696, Madrid.

As a small winery we have modest but modern and funcional facilities, which we have built from the start. Everyday we enhance our equipment in order to be able to make new wines and improving the existing. We spend most of our time here, so we try to make them comfortable and functional, like our tasting room that is waiting for you!