The origin of Bodegas Navarro dates back to 1830, the year when José Antonio Navarro founded the winery employing expertise about the elaboration of the Montilla-Moriles wines, expertise handed down during generations from father to son. According to ancient writings, the Montilla-Moriles wine producing tradition dates as far back as the 8th Century b.C. and the pre Greco-Roman Mediterranean civilisations. José Antonio Navarro employed this ancient traditional process, and combined it together with contemporary technology of his day to found the winery.
Our wines, elaborated with the best grapes found in the vineyards of the Montilla-Moriles region, are the fruit of a characteristically soft and dense terrain, giving the wine its own special personality, the result of the union between a marvellous raw material and the most advanced techniques that our time has to offer in order to fill your glass with that unforgettable colour, aroma and taste.
“Finos” are typically pale in colour, dry and slightly bitter. “Amontillados” are commonly known for their agreeably sharp hazelnut aroma and their colour between dark amber and old gold. The full body and richly smooth texture are unmistakably present in “Olorosos”, whose colour is reminiscent of dark mahogany. Finally, the “Pedro Ximénez” is characteristically naturally sweet and its colour is a dark ruby.
From our Fino Andalucía to our Palo Cortado, without forgetting our Pedro Ximénez and Oloroso Navarro, all these are elaborated with the care that only a father can provide. Take a sip of our wines and a most pleasant and comforting aftertaste of centuries of tradition, the exceptional care with which it is elaborated and the guarantee of our quality will remain on your mouth.