La Mancha has become the largest wine-producing region in the world occupying 30,700 km2. Its ideal climate conditions and unique soil characteristics produce extraordinary concentrated and aromatic wines.
Bodegas Artero, based in Noblejas about 80 km south of Madrid, was built in 1940. The winery controls about 400 hectares of vineyards located at an altitude of 660 meters above sea level, with an average age of 40 years. Presently, the winery occupies an area of 8,000m2 with a production capacity of 4,000,000 litres, a storage capacity of 7,000,000 litres, a state-of-the-art bottling line capable of 3,000 bottles per hour and more than 1,500 aging barrels.
Artero is named after the street where the founder of the winery, Blas Muñoz García de la Rosa, was born and raised. Today, the family still conserves the ancestral home on this street, where a 17th century underground wine cellar is still used to age the family’s best wines.