Ramos-Paul Winery is located in Serranía de Ronda, in Andalusia
Between the breathtaking mountains of Grazalema and Ronda, the Ramos-Paul Winery is residing in the DO region of Serranía de Ronda. The estate is located in front of Gibraltar, under the famous Roman city Acinipo. The vineyards, cultivated along the hillsides, enjoy the microclimate and privileged soils that are responsible for the growth and aging of quality-rich grapes. The sufficient amount of rainfall in the region helps to produce lush vineyards, making Ramos-Paul Winery one of the top-class wines of the country.
The history of Ramos-Paul Winery is centuries-old, built with the Roman-styled architecture in the dramatic Andalusian landscape.
Mother Earth Feeds Us, Cares for Us, and Protects Us
The history of the winery is centuries-old, built with the Roman-styled architecture. As a child, the current owner of Ramos-Paul Winery had a deep interest in grape cultivation and wine production. Even at a young age, she used to work in fields with her parents and sowed the first seeds for their first vine planting. Today, she cares for the vines of Ramos-Paul as if they are her children. Her motto, “The earth makes wine, and man should not interfere. Mother Earth feeds us, cares for us, and protects us,” is whatallows her to stand out from other winemakers in the region.
True Respect for the Grapes in Andalusia
With great respect for family traditions and Mother Nature, she grows four main varieties of grapes, including Tempranillo, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, and Merlot.
Manually harvested grapes in 19kg crates, ensures that the fruit is closely selected before moving into the cellar for further processing. We encourage a visit to Ramos-Paul Winery to experience the beauty and dedication to the land.
The staff uses manual methods of picking grapes in 19kg crates, and only the high-quality grape bunches are moved to the cellar for fermentation. For storing and aging of wines, the wine cellar has French oak barrels, situated within the tunnels beneath Acinipo.