The oldest sherry house based in Jerez
goes back to a monastery building during the Reconquista (ended in 1492 with the reconquest of Granada from the Moors). It has remained in family ownership since it was first mentioned in the 13th century until the end of the 20th century. Then it was bought by the group José Estévez (also owned by Marqués del Real Tesoro). The most popular Sherry
are the single-layered Ynocente (Fino), Don Tomás and Tío Diego (Amontillados) and Solera 1842 (Oloroso).