In spectacular surroundings, barely 10 minutes from Toledo, Romaila can be found. A historic estate whose wine-growing tradition goes back to the XVIII century when it first appeared registered as a property dedicated to vine cultivation on the famous land register of the Marquis of Ensenada in 1752.
Natalia and Nacho have gambled more than 250 years of history on recovering the family estate through an exciting project that has transformed it into a small winery where limited edition and exclusive wines are made: small enological treasures that whisper to us about the rich viticultural history of the grounds.
Wines are born from a mere 26 hectares of vines, designed by José Ramón Lissarrague, professor of Viticulture, and planted around the winery. These consist of Tempranillo, Syrah, Caberney Sauvignon, Graciano and other minority varieties. It is a unique parcel of land with well-balanced vine stock.