At the end of the harvest season, it is time to make an assessment of the results obtained in our estates. Fortunately, we can affirm that the harvest has been very positive in Finca Valpiedra, Finca Antigua and Finca Montepedroso. According to experts, there has been less volume throughout Spain but, in general terms, with better quality. In … [Read more...] about An excellent result in Familia Martínez Bujanda’s harvest
The visitors to wineries in Spain are mostly women who travel by car with their partners. Their average age ranges between 36 and 45 years old. They spend the night – generally two or more –, in the towns where the wineries stand, and book their accommodation online. These are the characteristics of winery visitors in Spain according to the 10th … [Read more...] about A profile of wine tourists in Spain
Have you noticed on your visit to a vineyard that there are roses at the end of each vine row? It may seem they are just a beautiful addition, but actually they alert the winemaker to the presence of diseases or pests that often attack the vines. As the wise old saying goes, ‘Never does nature say one thing and wisdom another.’ Nature offers … [Read more...] about Why are rose bushes planted in vineyards?
In the vineyards, the annual growth cycle begins in springtime. The dates may vary depending on the weather in each particular season, but normally, bud breaking takes place in March or April every year. While bud breaking depends on a variety of factors, the most important one is the weather. Other environmental factors may affect the date when … [Read more...] about Springtime and bud breaking come together in the vineyard
Environmentally friendly farming will play a key role in sustainable vineyards in the future. At Familia Martínez Bujanda, winemaking tradition has always been linked to methods that both improve our vineyards’ yield and prove to be respectful of the environment. Accordingly, we implement strategies and systems that do not harm the planet. As … [Read more...] about Finca Antigua uses artificial grass as innovative sustainable winemaking practice