• SINCE 1948 •
The history of our bodega is the biography of a family legacy
Visit us and discover our bodega’s fascinating evolution and the indelible mark left by the three generations who have shaped it. Discover our vineyards first-hand and share in our most intimate winemaking secrets.
Wine Tour + ‘Raíces Menu’ at La Casa de los Abuelos
A three-course menu and an aperitive paired with 4 wines. The meal starts with an EVOO and home-grown almond tasting, followed by three starters and a main course to choose with dessert to finish.
€48 per person.
Wine Tour + ‘Zarcillo Menu’ at La Casa de los Abuelos
Our most comprehensive menu paired with 5 wines. This tasting menu takes you on a culinary adventure through some of our region’s most traditional fare with dessert and petit four to finish.
€65 per person.
The principal grape variety grown in our vineyards is Monastrell, which, due to the composition of the soils and the climate, is ideally located in Jumilla. This exceptional enclave enables the variety to develop its characteristic flavour and colour, which are both synonymous with quality. The vineyards are also planted with other varieties that have adapted well to the conditions in the region. We are currently in the process of recovering old Monastrell vineyards in the north of the Jumilla region, between the sierras of Cingla and Peñarubia.
Many of our olive groves, which are mostly planted with the Arbequina variety, were planted by Paco Pacheco. The Pacheco Family patriarch chose the plots very carefully opting to plant the trees in poor, stony soils on the slopes of the valley where they are exposed to intense sunlight. We are currently in the process of expanding our olive groves to incorporate new varieties in various areas in the valley around the bodega.
There are over 100 hectares planted with different varieties of almond trees that have adapted well to the region’s soils and climate: the traditional Atocha variety and other late-budding, short-growth cycle varieties such as Guara, Ferranduel and Ferrangnés. We are currently in the process of planting new varieties as well as transitioning the whole estate over to organic cultivation – a project we started in 2020.
Road N-344 km 52,7
Paraje Estrecho de Marín
30529 JUMILLA. Murcia. Spain
Highway A33: Murcia>Jumilla: exit 19
Jumilla>Murcia: exit 25
Telephone: +34 968 921 225
– Wine Tourism Department:
610 900 220 / 611 666 397. email@example.com (María & Magui)
– Export Department:
627 881 824. firstname.lastname@example.org (Fernando)
– Domestic Sales Department:
673 939 012. email@example.com (Jose)
· Monday to Friday 8:00 till 14:00 and 16:00 till 19:00h.
· Saturdays: 8:00 till 14:00. (Saturdays of July and August: closed).
· Sunday: closed.
– Office and deliveries:
· Monday to Friday 8:00 till 14:00 and 15:00 till 17:30h
– Wine tourism:
Monday to Friday:
· Basic visit: 10:30 and 11:30 a.m.
· Visit + menu at Casa de los Abuelos: 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday and some holidays:
· Basic visit: 10:30 a.m.
· Visit + menu at Casa de los Abuelos: 12:30 and 1:00 p.m.
Visits only with advance reservation and until full capacity is reached.