Osborne, a company that is almost 250 years old, owns internationally renowned brands such as Cinco Jotas 100% Iberian acorn-fed ham, Bodegas Montecillo Rioja wines, Carlos I Sherry brandy and Nordés gin, among others. It’s currently present with its different brands in more than 70 countries. The company complements its production and marketing business of its own brands with the distribution of important third-party brands in Spain. Osborne is also the owner of the legendary Toro de Osborne (Osborne Bull), internationally recognised as one of the great brands in the history of advertising and an icon of Spanish culture.

Gutierrez Colosía

A family winery since 1838, they produce Sherry wine, vinegars and brandy using the traditional criaderas and solera system. As a winery in the Jerez Region, it’s characterised by its location in El Puerto de Santa María, at the mouth of the Guadalete River, being the closest winery to the water, which favours the ageing of the wine under velo de flor. They belong to the D.O.P. Jerez-Xérèz-Sherry and the D.O.P. Vinagre de Jerez.

Grupo Luís Caballero

A family business group founded in 1830 and based in Puerto de Santa María. They focus on the production and marketing of spirits and quality wines with a strong link to the D.O. Jerez-Xérez-Sherry wines. They’re currently present in more than 50 countries. From the beginning, they’ve been strongly committed to exporting and being present on the main international markets. 

Bodegas Yuste

Bodegas Yuste is a group of wineries acquired by the businessman Francisco Yuste (Bodega Santa Ana, Bodega Miraflores, Bodega Los Ángeles). It’s his personal commitment to recovering the winemaking heritage in the Jerez Region and, more specifically, in Sanlúcar de Barrameda. These wineries produce and market Manzanillas, Finos, Amontillados, Olorosos, Sweet Sherry Wines, Pedro Ximénez, Moscatel, Raya Cortada, Jerez Brandy, Vermouth, etc.

Bodegas Barbadillo

Founded in 1821 in Sanlúcar de Barrameda, Barbadillo is still a family-run bodega in its entirety, strongly linked to the tradition and cultural heritage that constitute its solid foundations, after eight generations of the same family at the helm. Its Castillo de San Diego brand is the best-selling white wine in Spain. They make still wines, especially white, fortified wines, sparkling wines, brandy and Sherry vinegars. They’ve also launched organic wines and are increasingly developing premium wines from old vines in the Marco de Jerez.

Bodega Herederos de Argüeso

Bodega Herederos de Argüeso was founded in 1822 in Sanlúcar de Barrameda. It has a large wine cellar complex which was the cloister of the 16th century convent of Santo Domingo. The wineries belong to different periods and styles, although most of them belong to the 19th century, following the style of the winemaking architecture of the time. They’re producers and marketers of Manzanilla, fortified wines, Sherry vinegars, still wines, a line of sparkling wines and brandy. In 2016 the local businessman and winemaker Francisco Yuste bought Herederos de Argüeso.

Vinagres de Yema

Vinagres de Yema is one of the leading companies in its sector. Located in Puerto de Santa María, they focus on the processing, production and ageing of Premium quality Sherry Vinegars. The vinegars are aged in oak casks that previously contained sherry wine, following the traditional system of criaderas and soleras for ageing. They produce different types: Sherry Vinegars, Sherry Vinegars Reserva, Gran Reserva, Pedro Ximénez, Moscatel, as well as their Organic Sherry Vinegar. Their products are protected by the D.O. Vinagre de Jerez.