Bodegas Roble – Family-Owned Winery Established in 1927
The Robles Family has been dedicated to producing wines since 1927 with the establishment of Bodegas Robles. The winery is situated in Montilla, a town in southern Spain, in the province of Córdoba. The management of the winery is now handled by the third generation of the family for their creation of excellent Spanish wines.
In the late 1990s, the core values of Bodegas Roble Winery changed with a transition to organic viticulture and the use of native yeasts for their winemaking.
Growing Verdejo and Pedro Ximenez Grape in their Vineyards
In the late nineties, the core values of the winery changed with a transition to organic viticulture and the use of native yeasts for their winemaking. The owner of Bodegas Roble worked with national and international agencies and universities to learn organic practices that were adopted into the Robles vineyards when becoming fully organic. They grow Verdejo and Pedro Ximenez grape varieties to make their wines. The vines are very well maintained to ensure the quality of the fruit creating incredible wines. The wines are made by using the native grape varieties for the production of both white and fortified wines in the cellar. The owners are extremely conscious about the impact the vineyard and the cellar have on the environment and thus have tried to decrease the carbon footprint every year.
Organic Wines Consistently Winning Awards for their Superior Quality
For these efforts, Bodegas Roble Winery and the people involved in their grape production have received various awards in recognition of their green initiative. Furthermore, the organic wines have consistently won multiple awards recognizing their superior quality. The winery is a great place to visit for wine lovers and advocates of organic farming. You have a great opportunity to learn and also taste some amazing wines.