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Founder of the winery

The fascinating story of our family winery dates back to our great-grandparents, passionate about viticulture, who laid the roots of our winemaking tradition. However, it was in 1982 when Alejandro Pérez Martínez, with a visionary spirit, solidified and gave identity to our legacy by establishing our winery in Monóvar, Alicante.

Alejandro, a restless creator, took the reins of this family business and, with a deep love for oenology, decided to bottle his favorite wines. Through various vintages, he brought to life a careful selection that reflects his passion and dedication to winemaking.


Today, the winery is a joint project with his children, who share the same devotion to the vinicultural arts. Their commitment is to preserve the crafts inherited from previous generations, prudently incorporating the necessary technology to achieve the highest quality standards. The focus of the Pérez Martínez family is clear: to exceed consumer expectations, prioritizing excellence in every bottle, and always favoring quality over quantity.

The Legacy of Past Generations

Past Museum: Explore Our Collection

Discover Our Historical Museum: A Glimpse into Our Winemaking Tradition

Welcome to our Historical Museum, a space where we proudly share the relics of our rich winemaking heritage. Immerse yourself in the history of our winery and discover the dedication and ingenuity of our ancestors, embodied in each object we present to you.

The “Falson” (a traditional harvesting tool) and the Crib: Vintage Harvesting Tools.

Imagine our ancestors using the falson, an essential tool for harvesting grapes with precision and care. This instrument represents the deep bond between our family and the land, marking the beginning of the journey towards the creation of our wines.

The crib was a filter used in winemaking to separate unwanted solids from the liquid during the racking process, enhancing the clarity and quality of the wine.

The Harvest Cart: Transporting the Essence of the Harvest.

The harvest cart, pulled by mules, was the primary means of transportation for carrying grape clusters from the vineyards to the winery. Its sturdy wooden structure is a testament to the hard work and dedication our ancestors devoted to viticulture.

The Ancient Destemmer and the Wine Press: Treasures of Winemaking Technology.

Marvel at the ancient destemmer and wine press, two key elements in the winemaking process of bygone eras. These machines reflect the craftsmanship and commitment of our ancestors to quality in every stage of production.

The Jug and the Storage Barrels: Measuring the Essence of Wine.

The jug, used for measuring wine, was an essential tool in our ancestors’ cellar. Its presence reminds us of the importance of precision and attention to detail in winemaking.

The 1973 Solera Fondillón Barrels: Vinous Treasures.

Admire our 1973 solera Fondillón barrels, true oenological gems that hold decades of care and dedication. Each sip of this wine is a journey through time, transporting you to bygone eras while you relish its exquisite taste and scent.

At our Historical Museum, we celebrate the tradition and passion that have been the hallmark of our family throughout the years. We invite you to explore this treasure trove of memories and immerse yourself in the history that has shaped our winery.

Welcome to a journey through time at the heart of our winery, where each object tells a unique story of our rich winemaking heritage!