Bodegas Carchelo, S. L., founded in 1990, is located in Jumilla (Murcia), at the foot of the Sierra del Carche, produce wines of exceptional quality.
Red Wine crianza, 16 months in french and american oak barrels + 12 months underwater
Vermouth from Bodegas Carchelo, with an original and totally handmade production, stands out for its limpid amber color with mahogany reflections and aromas that express hints of citrus and scented...
Red Wine crianza, 16 months in french and american oak barrels
Red Wine crianza, 12 months in french and american oak barrels
Red Wine Reserva, 20 months in french and american oak barrels
Syrah monovarietal red wine, aged for 12 months in French oak barrels and a minimum of 12 months in the bottle. It stands out for showing a vivid and intense garnet color with an aroma in which...
Red Wine that stands out for showing a vivid and intense garnet color with an aroma in which floral and fruity characters predominate with hints of wild berries and refreshing flavors that remind...
Many years before Robert Parker spoke of Jumilla as one of the wine regions with the most future in the country, even before the wines of the area began to stand out in our oenological firmament as the champions of value for money, this house it was already triumphing with its reds from the Sierra del Carche. The new Jumilla was invented in this house.
As happened historically in many families in Jumilla, our family, already in the last century, transformed the grapes from their vineyards into those wines that were once characteristic of this land, with a great body, powerful color and a high alcohol content. Almost three generations later, we go back to our origins and do the same thing again; now with other means and technologies; We are back to being country people.
Bodegas Carchelo, S. L., founded in 1990, is located in Jumilla (Murcia), at the foot of the Sierra del Carche, a protected Regional Park whose highest peak "Madama" rises to 1,372 meters. The Mediterranean, together with our inland location and on the plateau, provides us with a unique climate. Average annual relative humidity of 60%, 3,000 hours of sunshine per year, altitudes ranging from 485 m in its urban area to 1,372 m at its highest point and very low rainfall, with years that do not exceed 20 days of rain .
In the Spanish Mediterranean, between the provinces of Alicante, Albacete (La Mancha), Granada and Almería (Andalusia) is the Region of Murcia, and to the northeast of this is Jumilla, a historic, millenary city; an extensive municipal term (1,000 km2) makes up the high plateau of the Murcia Region with an average altitude of 600 m. Arid and mountainous land, of steppe and rosemary, where the vineyard historically found a unique habitat to produce grapes of exceptional quality.