Bodegas Castaño

From that moment onward, Ramon did not stop making improvements. It was in the early 80s when he bought the first bottling plant. During the 90's, participation in trade fairs, tastings, and market research trips began with the full incorporation of his three sons: Ramon, Juan Pedro, and Daniel. It was during this period that the recognition and appreciation, both national and internationally, arrived.

The courage and determination of a man deeply rooted began to bear fruit. The development of Bodegas Castano is unstoppable, and the improvements are never-ending. The most recent of these was completed in 2002 with the construction of state-of-the-art storage premises: completely air-conditioned, with a new cooling chamber.

– Description from Mimi Kim

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  • Castano Hecula Yecla 2005

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    No written review

    Wine review by matterhorn78


  • Bodegas Castaño Monastrell Yecla 2004

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    No written review

    Wine review by WineGuyBob


  • Bodegas Castano Hecula Yecla Tinto 2003

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    Wine review by Sputerbug


  • Cellars del Roure les Alcusses 2000

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    No written review

    Wine review by ryanopaz


  • Bodega Castano Rosé Toledo Yecla 2001

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    A bit soft with a sour barnyard nose to it. This did blow off with a bit of time open and gave way to some nice cherry, and raspberry fruit. Light spice on the palate made this a fun drink, though I will be drinking up! This wine is at or past peak. 3/5 [NR] Read More

    Wine review by ryanopaz


  • Bodega Castano Rosé Toledo Yecla 2001

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    Tasty with good body still but getting to a point that I would drink up! Rich fruit, but some secondary showing up. 3.5/5 [NR] Read More

    Wine review by ryanopaz


  • Bodegas Castaño Monastrell Yecla Dulce 2002

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    Deep purple with thick legs. Blackberry, black cherry and black pepper all show on the nose which happens to be quite big. Sneaking in on the backend of the nose is a light minerality. Rich in the mouth with strong tannins and high acid. Almost too much. The flavors of the nose follow through though I think this wine could still use to calm down... Read More

    Wine review by ryanopaz


  • Bodegas Castaño Monastrell Yecla Dulce 2002

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    Did not rate. Opened for dinner and it was shut down. Almost nothing but strong tannins. Double decanted and let sit. I ended up drinking it two days later when the fruit decided to show up. Nice wine but I think it needs some time to calm down. [NR] Read More

    Wine review by ryanopaz


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