Get to know the winery



Spend some unforgettable days in an authentic 19th century winepress rehabilitated as a full rental rural house! Among olive trees, vineyards and cypresses, our pool, and spectacular views and sunsets, the house offers you the exclusivity and privacy of a 35-hectare estate, where you can enjoy nature and tradition with all the comforts of today.

The "Lagar El Altozano" is a construction from the end of the 19th century that was once used to make olive oil and wine and today it has been completely restored. In the beautiful private estate where it is located, and through which you can take long walks, olive harvesting tasks are carried out every year for oil.

With spectacular views of the city of Trujillo and its countryside, the winery has many attractions to spend an unforgettable stay, with its pool overlooking the city or its large cellar with the original jars to store wine as tall as a grown person. The farm also has a vegetable garden, and depending on the time of year, various agricultural tasks will be carried out.

A littlebit of history...

The making

The press was built in 1898 (the inscription can be seen on the jars of the winery from that date) by the Counts of La Encina.

Oil and wine production

* Learn first-hand how oil and wine were made in this winery using a QR code at the entrance that will take you to a special section of this website where the entire process is explained
For a time it was used to produce olive oil and wine, with complex machinery of which remains some mainly in the courtyard.

Restoration

In 1997 it was restored to be used as a second home; in addition, the olive trees on the estate were recovered and new vineyards were planted.

Rural tourism

In 2020 the owners decide to turn it into a rural house.

Location



The winery is located in what is known as "Las Viñas" or "Pago de San Clemente" in Trujillo, about 12km from the city, and very well located to visit Cáceres, Monfragüe, Guadalupe, Mérida, etc, or do other activities such as bird watching. Click here for the location on Google Maps