Pago de La Jaraba is a family owned winery built at the heart of La Mancha, which was established with a clear objective: to magnify the quality of La Jaraba wines (wines born from the Spanish concept of “Vino de Pago”, similar to the Château concept), and to share these with winelovers! They join a generation of innovative wineries which are quietly transforming the Spanish wine scene, delivering superb wines at a great value.
While they can trace a history of notable regard for wines grown on the estate back to the mid-1700's their current goal is to produce flag-waving examples of the new “modern-traditional balanced” wines coming out of Spain.
They follow traditional, sustainable methods, selecting species and varieties that are well suited to the site and to the conditions on the soil; so in addition to the 80 hectares of vineyards they also grow cereal crops – wheat and barley as well as sunflowers, almond, pistachio and olive trees. Further they raise their own flock of sheep on estate scrub/forest both to enhance and protect soil quality through the incorporation of sheep manure as organic fertilizer and for production of artisian Manchego cheese.