Meet a wine with its own history
Since Neolithic times, the testimony of the passage of the most significant cultures through southern Spain have left their mark on the land of this estate: cave paintings and lithic works in the Sierra de la Camorra, Roman ruins (The Capuchina Mausoleum) and Arab settlements are in its vicinity.
The roots of the farm are in the Roman period in the vestiges of the Roman villa Capuchina).
And in modern times, the memory of the influence of the Capuchin Friars Order remains.
The García Segura family has owned the estate since the beginning of the 80′s and has aimed at implementing the most modern cultivation techniques, with respect for the environment and without losing the values of agricultural tradition.