Bodegas Luis Pérez started this venture in 2002 with one precise goal:

Jerez must focus again on the vineyard

Ever since, we’ve done our best in order to develop personal projects driven by our desire to understand and interpret our terroir.

The activity started out in a countryside house built originally in 1844 on the top of El Corchuelo hill. Following a deep restoration the building housed the whole wine production as well as offices till a modern and larger facility was built in 2011.

Grape clusters are hand picked nighttime in order to preserve quality and freshness and then sorted manually before being set in tanks for the fermentation without crusching. Based on grape variety features and where they are grown we’ll be using different vinification ways and means, learning constantly through exciting experiments every year.


Currently we work with stainless steel tanks as well as concrete and wood tanks depending from grape variety’s calling and vineyard natural features.


Our first ever vineyard was planted and the XIX century house restored

Garum, Samaruco and Petit Verdot were launched on the market


We started out the project of Tintilla de Rota recovery, an indigenous red grape variety almost exstinguished with a huge potential as a structured but fresh wine.

The first harvest meant no more than 600 bottles and we knew that was just the beginning of a big challenge to make the Tintilla playing a prominent role within Cadiz wines.

After taking over the single-estate El Corregidor vineyard within Carrascal area we embarked on a Premium ‘Parcel’ Sherry production based on the ancient methods,  meaning no fortification and vintage. The Barajuela purest Albariza soil and conditions at this farm provide more than a precious hint of which wine may be produced on a specific patch. We firmly believe that different soil profiles lead to significantly different flavour profiles much more than the traditional sherry ageing techniques like biological or oxidative process.


We released the first ever Rosé wine made from Tintilla de Rota grape variety: Marismilla

After 3 years of aging the first Barajuela Fino 2013 is officially launched into the market


Barajuela Oloroso 2013 and Barajuela Raya 2015 are bottled and marketed for the very first time, so it is for our first ever white wine El Muelle de Olaso made from Palomino Fino grapes and a fresher red wine made from Tintilla aged 5 months in oak barrels: El Triángulo.

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