Winery Las Calzadas, name that comes from the junction of Roman roads, which connected Complutum (Alcalá de Henares) with Cartago Nova (Cartagena) part in conservation and restored.
Winery Las Calzadas was built on existing roads, trails and dirt roads, which required a great work of excavation, drainage, flattening and so on., until they got their final appearance with stone. Las Calzadas was solidly settled on an initial layer of gravel, cement and finally with large slabs placed in large blocks. Our winery Las Calzadas has been constructed by looking for the recreation of how wineries were at beginning of the twentieth century, using stone and wood in order to convey the essence of those times.
Inside, our cellar is composed of 30 jars of clay aged 150 years old, of different sizes. In short, an artisanal winery, which recovers and represents the traditional elaboration of the wines of our land in a familiar way and with the essence of the Manchuela in the province of Cuenca. Our production is limited to 15,000 annual bottles produced all of them from the ecological viticulture and the respect for the environment.