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Winery in Valdepeñas

Félix Solís SL winery was founded in April 1975 and lies along the current national road that links Madrid to Cadiz. The winery is one of the largest family-owned wineries in the world and is fitted with the most modern production and storage facilities. It also hosts Félix Solís Avantis management and logistic head offices.

In addition to its large catalogue of wines recognized as Valdepeñas Denominación de Origen, Félix Solís, S.L. also produces wines under the classifications Vinos de Tierra de Castilla, table wines, sparkiling, dealcoholised, must and sangrias.

Our expert oenologists combine traditional vine cultivation methods with modern wine making technology to make our wines. The Solís family owns (500 hectares) and is associated to another 5.000 family-owned vine growers.

From vine to bottle, this winery has the best equipment to ensure quality control at every stage of the process.

The harvest takes place between the second fortnight in August and the beginning of October. Thanks to a carefully handpicked harvest, we can ensure a top-quality wine. The rest of the process lies in the hands of our expert oenologists who rigorously control every step.

Winery in La Mancha

The original winery, built in 1966, was originally called Bodega del Nieto. But it was not until 1986 that the three children of the founder, Mr Nieto, gave it the boost it needed to become a successful business. The winery was bought by Felix Solis in 2002 in response to the increasing winegrowing potential of the region. Under several years of major investment in improvement of the facilities, the first wines were launched in the market in 2012.

The Solís family work in partnership with 500 family-owned vine growers covering an area of 4,000 hectares.

Vines are traditionally grown as bush vines and spaced quite widely apart. However trellised vineyards and irrigation are now allowed under the D.O. rules, a particularly significant development for La Mancha.

Along with the traditional Spanish varietals we have succeeded in producing excellent wines from international varietals with a Spanish twist!