Barranco Oscuro

Manuel & Lorenzo Valenzuela

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Manuel Valenzuela has been a pioneer in Spain producing natural wines. He arrived with his family in 1979 to Barranco Oscuro, a cortijo (farm) in La Alpujarra, one of the poorest places of Spain with the sole motivation of doing a new life in the countryside after become tired of the big city. The land was covered mainly with almond trees, but the cellar was full of wine from the owner before, who kept the vineyards for himself. Manuel had to plant a new vineyard to keep making wine. The land was never worked with chemicals and keep so was the aim of Manuel who became a respected leader in organic farming.
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+34 615 38 09 10
Cortijo Barranco Oscuro
Cadiar, 18440
Spain
This grower-maker grows all their own grapes.
  • Size of their farm: 40 (ha)
  • Size of farm under vine: 12 (ha)
  • All grapes are dry-farmed. None of the vineyards are irrigated.
  • All grapes are harvested manually.
Average production of wine: 30000 (btl)
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