Bodegas Muñoz boasts one of La Mancha's most modern winemaking facilities despite being one of the area's most historic, established in the 1940s. They farm many different grape varieties with the stand outs being tempranillo and garnacha, the vineyards of which average no less than 40 years of age.
The modern facilities mean they are able to control quality, vital in this dry hot region, yet unlike many of their compatriots, they use winemaking techniques to allow the fruit to express the site rather than overwhelm it with processing.
The quality of their maturation is excellent with an ageing room which contains no less than 3500 barrels (mostly American oak). The ‘Barrel Aged’ tempranillo cuvée is one of Spain's most traditional oaky styles, a reminder of the past but with a vibrancy and purity of fruit that brings it into the future.