Primitivo Collantes

The Primitivo Collantes winery, located in Chiclana de la Frontera, has been producing and ageing wines under the D.O.P. Jerez-Xeres-Sherry and vinegars for more than 180 years. It has two wineries and three vineyards totalling more than 50 hectares, currently in the process of being converted to organic ones. They produce wines from their own vineyards. Some of them are D.O. Sherry wines, others are still white wines in line with the latest trends, protected by the PGI Vinos de la Tierra de Cádiz, as well as some common vinegars.

Muchada Léclapart

Muchada-Léclapart is the project of David Léclapart (famous French Champagne producer) and Alejandro Muchada (winegrower from Cádiz) in the Marco de Jerez. Located in the best vineyards of Sanlúcar de Barrameda, they’ve recovered three hectares of mostly old vineyards of Palomino Fino and Muscat de Chipiona. They make dry white wines from Palomino grapes, seeking excellence. They produce with biodynamic agriculture techniques and minimal intervention vinification. All their wines are vintage dry whites with natural alcohol content.


Small winery located in the Vejer de la Frontera area. They produce handcrafted and organic signature still wines. It produces red, white, rosé and sparkling wines. Bodega Etu-Vino, and its wines from the Costa de la Luz, was born from the creative, professional and human project of its creator Ute Mergner. These are wines full of sensitivity, with a limited and exclusive production for signature wine lovers who seek the terroir’s identity and expression.

Cota 45

COTA 45 is a small family winery owned by Ramiro Ibáñez Espinar and María Rosa Macías Peña. It was founded in 2012 and is located in Sanlúcar de Barrameda. Their wines are the result of a constant concern for exploring the environment, from viticulture, geology, history, the vineyards to the human factor that intertwines them. It immerses all these feeling in each bottle to transmit the identity of each small vineyard. It makes and bottles UBE, a white wine of Palomino variety aged under the flor (like the simple Manzanilla), Agostado, a wine from old varietals with oxidative ageing and Pandorga, naturally sweet wines (from varieties such as PX, Pajarete, Tintilla).

La Mayeteria Sanluqueña

This is another project inspired by a winemaker from Sanlúcar, Ramiro Ibañez. Under the concept of La Mayetería Sanluqueña, four winegrowers have been working together since 2016 to make wines with the grapes from their plots. These are minimal intervention wines that express great care for the vineyard and its terroir. Their brand is Corta y Raspa, under this umbrella brand each wine bears the name of the producer and the plot it comes from.

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 Vinificate

A small winery created in 2011 by the Gómez brothers in San Fernando with the intention of working with the native varieties of Cádiz, with spontaneous fermentations, where only the yeasts that come from the vineyard intervene. They produce and sell red, white and sparkling wine. Under the Amorro brand they have very young wines and three sparkling wines. Mahara brand is for a higher range (crianza), and there are also white, red and sparkling wines. In this range all the wines are from single vineyard plots and old vines. 

Bodega Regantío Viejo

Bodega Regantío Viejo dates back to 1979, producing red and white wines. It’s located at the foot of the Sierra de Grazalema, on the banks of the Bornos reservoir in Arcos de la Frontera. The 12 hectares of vineyards of Syrah, Merlot and Tempranillo varieties are more than 25 years old. The bodega only produces wines from its own vineyards in its modern production, ageing and bottling facilities.

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.

Bodega de Forlong

Bodegas Forlong is located in El Puerto de Santa María, in an estate known as El Olivar de Forlón. Founded in 2014, they produce organic and artisanal wines. Their wines are red, rosé, white and sparkling and come from their own vineyards. They have a total of 11 references of their own production, from varieties such as Palomino, Pedro Ximenez, Tintilla de Rota, Syrah, Merlot and Cabert Sauvignon.