Castro Martin

Our ‘Family Estate’ wine first released in 2002. A limited production vinified using only grapes carefully selected from our home vineyards.

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A2O

Our A2O albariño continues to grow in popularity lending itself perfectly to restaurants, bistros and wine bars.                                                                         

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Casal Caeiro

The original brand of our bodega created in 1982 by our founder Domingo Martin, establishing the benchmark of quality for our business.

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Aguardiente

Bodegas Castro Martin has been producing a limited range of Aguardiente since 1982

 

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From the blog

Wine’s race to the bottom | May 21st, 2018

Following my latest post about the cost of producing a bottle of wine, I have just read a very interesting article written by an old friend of mine - UK wine journalist Tim Atkin MW. Although he is not actually commenting directly on the production costs of wine he is, in effect, talking about the price pressures often put on producers to reduce their selling price (and certainly their profit margin). If this downward pressure is allowed to continue then, ...

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So what does it cost? Part 1 | May 15th, 2018

There used to be an advertising campaign on UK TV for bars of chocolate. The slogan was something to the effect that it took 1½ glasses of milk to make one bar of chocolate.... without actually specifying the size of the glass, or the bar of chocolate! In the world of albariño I can tell you that it takes approximately 1½ kilos of grapes to make one 75cl bottle. Of course this seemingly simple calculation can sometimes be compounded by the ...

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