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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  • Mourvèdre

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

  • Cabernet Sauvignon

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

  • Syrah

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

  • Chardonnay

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

  • Alicante Bouschet

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

  • Macabeo

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

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  • Bodegas Castaño Monastrell Yecla 2008


    Spicy on the nose with notes of licorice, green anise seed, green peppercorn, mint, and lightly roasted blackcurrant and black berry fruit. This enters the mouth with notes of sandalwood and tobacco, wrapped in roasted dark cherry and blackberry fruit. The mid-palate is round and supple, though it is underpinned by significant tannins. While fai... Read More

    Wine review by Gregory Dal Piaz

  • Castano Hecula Monastrell Spain Yecla Dry 2008


    Full bodied earthy aroma with almonds, pepper, black fruit, and oak. Very soft approach and easy going on the palate, with vanilla and apple fruit on the finish, which has a slightly chalky texture. Read More

    Wine review by Chris Carpita

  • Bodegas Castaño Monastrell Yecla 2010


    Earthy aroma with blackberries and oak - good strawberry fruit in the body comes through after it sits for awhile. A bit harsh when you first open it - volatile acidity and young tannins. Herb and tomato notes as well; it's kind of like drinking an artisinal pizza. Read More

    Wine review by Chris Carpita

  • Bodegas Castaño Mourvedre Blend Yecla Solanera Viñas Viejas 2009


    It was very good and full bodied but the 2005 vintage I got had a lot of sediment. So it coated my mouth a lot. Tasted at Total Wine Tasting and purchased for at home. I don't know if I would get it again, but I like the blend. It's very complex. Read More

    Wine review by julieimagery

  • C Hécula Monastrell 2008


    On the scrounge during a hectically short lunch break, I came upon a perennial favorite at an unusual bargain-basement price. This above average Monastrell has an inviting deep, black robe redolent of blueberry, is well balanced on entry with some character poking through and yes - even structure for a couple more years in the cellar! Viva Espa... Read More

    Wine review by zufrieden

  • Bodega Castano Monastrell 2009


    Flabby, raw and sour. A thin wine that lacks complexity and distinctness. Read More

    Wine review by NiagaraWiner

  • Bodegas Castano Hecula 2008


    No written review

    Wine review by Cedawino

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  • Bodegas Castaño Monastrell Yecla 2009


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    Wine review by rmcunningham

  • Bodegas Castaño Monastrell Yecla 2009


    Opaque black plum hue, aromas of dark stone fruits, leather and spice, flavor notes of dark berries, dried game and leather, integrated tannins, bright acidity, with a rich mouthfeel that lingers to a moderate finish. Great Value to pair with roast meats and game dishes. Read More

    Wine review by InWineTruth

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