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.

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  • Macabeo

    Macabeo is Spain’s most widely planted grape. From there, it has made its way to southern France’s Roussillon region,...

  • Alicante Bouschet

    History of the grape: Like all good biographies, the rise and fall of Alicante Bouschet begins with its grandparents....

  • Mourvèdre

    History of the grape: Monastrell is a native of Spain, first grown in Murviedro near Valencia, and was eventually bro...

  • Chardonnay

    British wine writer and critic, Jancis Robinson, once noted that throughout the 80’s and 90’s in the United States, C...

  • Syrah

    The irony here is that Syrah’s origins could give Carmen Sandiego a run for her international wallet. Syrah’s deepest...

  • Cabernet Sauvignon

    “King of the Red Wine Grapes.” The colonizer of the vineyards, pushing native wine grapes into its shadows. The Caber...

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  • Bodegas Castano Solanera V.V. Spain 2005


    No written review

    Wine review by equinoxranch

  • Bodegas Castaño Monastrell Yecla Hécula 2008


    Nice beefy wine Read More

    Wine review by windybagpipe

  • Bodegas Castaño Monastrell Yecla 2008


    Monastrell is my favorite grape. Why they had to add fruit juice, seriously - fruit juice to this wine is beyond me.great dissapointment. Read More

    Wine review by chambalkirani

  • Bodegas Castano Hecula 2007


    Bright violet hue, aromas of black bramble fruits, tobacco and wet wood, flavors of blackberry juju's and earth spice, bright and balanced, a great wine for cold weather stews. Read More

    Wine review by InWineTruth

  • Bodegas Castaño Casa Cisca 2003


    Deep red with raisin and chocolate notes Read More

    Wine review by Alvin Lee

  • Hecula 2006


    A well Balanced wine with a great earthy sweetness. Read More

    Wine review by kiwigian

  • Bodegas Castaño Monastrell Yecla 2006


    Cherry notes, medium body, earthy, lightly dry. Easy to drink alone or with food. Read More

    Wine review by jacklenk

  • What wine would you suggest (both red & white) to serve at a grand opening of a Pottery Studio in Chicago.  Inexpensive BUT tasty, $8. - $12.I know that's really low, but I'm hoping there are people out there that just LOVE the chase of finding great wines at low prices and I can pick your brains.    Thanks! Read More

    Forum post in the topic ? Inexpensive BUT good wine...

  • Castano Solanera Monastrell Cabernet Yecla 2005


    Two days vacu-corked in the fridge and this wine became much smoother and better integrated with incredibly deep rich fruit and a better nose and heavier body. Balance favors the fruit for sure. More obvious chocolate and spice. Rustic, not elegant wine but super tasty and rich without being sweet. I'm guessing the monastrell, to a lesser ex... Read More

    Wine review by dynowine

  • Castano Solanera Monastrell Cabernet Yecla 2005


    Decanted 0 to 30 mins. Rustic, big, and somewhat complex. I think the cab sauv and monastrell and alicante mix in an odd way - a bit more noise than harmony, but not unpleasant. Wine reminds me of a French "Sud" wine only with bigger fruit. Nose of powdery cocoa, earth, and minty herb (or forest floor) with hints of spice and oak. On the at... Read More

    Wine review by dynowine

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