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An amazing offer this week, especially if you have visitors and you want to show them the "other" Andalucía.
The "Fabrica de Hojalata" translates as Manufacturer of Tin. You will learn the fascinating history about this site, which has now been converted and restored to an Artisan and Ecological Winery.
Located just over 1 hours drive from Marbella, in the heart of the Serrania de Ronda.
Choose either a one day tour, or why not relax and stay over one night.
With this offer, you can entertain your guests, get a group together, or make that romantic gesture!
What a brilliant offer from the Bodega Fabrica de Hojalata!
In 1725, the Royal Factory of Tin of San Miguel was the first factory in Spain with a blast furnace, and it was the first national steel manufacturer. This is just the start of the fascinating facts that you will be told when you go to visit this lovely old winery. At the beginning of the 21st century, the Old Factory was rescued from ruin. The estate has now been returned to its former glory with all the buildings carefully restored using period materials in order to retain its ancient and industrial character. The Artisan and Ecological Winery that it is today is located in the former sheet metal workshop; in a space which completely respects the features of industrial buildings from the start of the 18th century.
About the Vineyard
The vineyards are worked according to nature’s cycle, by means of observation and astrology, and a close link to the environment. These biodynamic, organic wines are produced in small quantities, only 15,000 bottles per year, which makes them a truly artesanal product.
The wines produced are from grape varieties: Pinot Noir (red), Moscatel Morisco (dry white), Tintilla (Red), Garnacha (red) and Cabernet (red). So on your tasting you will get to experience a fantastic variety of wines.
It is located just over 1 hours drive from Marbella, in the beautiful countryside off of the road that leads up to Ronda itself. It's a wiggly, windy road but so worth the effort.
Due to the location of the winery and the winding of its access they offer you the possibility to stay for dinner and sleep once the tasting is finished! In spring and summer they offer stays to young international chefs who prepare exquisite meals, as you will see below!
You have two options, and here they are in more detail:
Option 1: Wine Tasting with a 3 course lunch or dinner, historical tour, and a bottle of the vineyards own wine to take home, normally 120€ now only 84€ per person.
They bring in different chefs to the bodega, so the menu can vary - but this is the current one for August. (You can make special requests, they will cater for your dietary requirements)
Appetizer of “chacinas serranas” Iberian cured meats
Ceviche Cuzco style (Peruvian)
Poulard supreme in mozarabe sauce (made with spices, nuts and dried fruits)
Berries soup with cinnamon
Coffee form Nicaragua / Tea Darjeeling
Served with Fabrica de Hojalata Wines
Option 2: One nights accommodation (2 sharing) with breakfast, wine tasting, lunch or dinner, historical tour, and 6 bottles of wine to take home! Normally 450€ now 315€ (157.50€ each).
Lunch or Dinner, you choose, it is the same as above.
Breakfast - you have a choice of bacon, eggs, avocado, toast, tomato, olive oil, ham, and home made preserves.
Accommodation - sleeps 5 couples, 10 people maximum, so you do need to book in advance. This is rustic, nothing modern about this place, but it has its own faded charm. There is a swimming pool as well.
Antigua Real Fábrica de San MiguelCamino del Río Genal s/nJúzcarMalaga29462
0034 619 751 164
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