We are one of
the largest organic wine producers in the world
Altosa Wines is in one of the largest production regions in the world: Castilla La Mancha, Spain. Currently it owns more than 990 acres with the certification of organic cultivation, as well as agreements with two hundred local long-term suppliers and several quality controls, which allows them to achieve a production of more than 1.800.000 gallons of grapes per year.
Ecological and sustainable
Altosa Wines takes advantage of its experience and knowledge in both national and international markets to produce and offer a catalog of more than twenty wine varieties. Sales are available in bulk and retail formats.
Team + Experimentation + Entrepreneurship = Excellence
Now it is necessary to add a fifth pillar for Ecology, since Altosa Wines in 2013 certified more than 990 acres of vineyard in glass and vertical trellis. Currently, Altosa Wines is one of the largest producers of organic wine in the world with more than 2471 acres destined to the cultivation of organic grapes.
In addition, Altosa Wines conducts exhaustive quality and traceability controls, which promote biodiversity in the vineyard and reduce CO2 in all processes.
Family business with international projection
Our human team is our strongest asset. Altosa Wines is made up of three winemakers and eight technical assistants who guarantee the control of each phase of the organic grape cultivation and achieve the highest quality.
Explore our R + D + I projects. For years, we have been researching and developing innovative projects with satisfactory results.
In 2021, Altosa Wines will be the first winery in the world to produce a wine with negative CO2 emissions. To achieve this, Altosa Wines has worked for three years on the “CO2-AFP Strategy” project partnered with the University of Castilla-La Mancha.
Elias López MonteroPremium Wines Section Head
With an experience of more than 20 years, he has worked in different regions of Spain and the world. Recognized by Decanter (2018) as one of the ten best young winemakers in Spain. Awarded “Respected by Gaggenau” 2021 in viticulture and enology..
Javier NietoTechnical Director Bottling Line
Winemaker and Technical Engineer in Agricultural-food Industries. More than 35 years of experience in the industry of wine. Specialized in large productions, Javier is a benchmark in the oenology of Castilla-La Mancha.
Virginia BecerraHigh Quality Wine Head
Since 2018, she has been responsible for the Quality Department. Under her management, the ISO 9001:2005 certification has been achieved for the wine section. In 2020, the Finca la Nieva production center received both IFS and BRC certifications.
Research and innovation
leaders is our hallmark to improve wine and the environment.
Altosa Wines is in constant learning of the different realities in the world to identify demands. anticipates customer needs and improves quality and production processes.
Hence, Altosa Wines works with a firm objective: to improve the viticulture of the region, which has led them to partner with public institutions such as the University of Castilla La Mancha, among others.
Find below other projects:
Freshwines is an experimental development consortium project that promotes new knowledge and technologies to improve the freshness of Spanish wines, both bottled and in bulk.
In collaboration with the University of Castilla La Mancha, Altosa Wines participates in the ‘CO2-AFP Strategy’ project, where a new system has been launched to produce sodium carbonate in a sustainable way. This project aims to eliminate CO2 emissions into the atmosphere, which could make it the first winery in the world with negative CO2 emissions in the production process.
Vineyard irrigation strategies
The objective of this project is to optimize viticultural practices. Specifically, to improve irrigation practices by modeling the water stress of the plant throughout the phenological stage.
Improvement and recovery of varieties
This project aims to recover autochthonous varieties to preserve the tradition and identity of the people. It is intended to recover and maintain the wine heritage that has been, on many occasions, on the verge of disappearing.
Altosa Wines is committed to the highest quality standard to meet customer expectations. Each production center has implemented European and international regulations, according to the processes conducted in each one:
Quality Management Systems
Food safety standard
Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI)
BCR Food Certificated
Global Standard for Food Safety
Certificado BRC (British Retail Consortium)