Built in honour of Queen Isabella II of Spain, this wine cellar’s unique and revolutionary architecture was designed by the famous French engineer Gustave Eiffel. It houses 206 butts of La Concha Amontillado.
Discover Bodegas Tío Pepe
A shining example of the winemaking tradition of the 19th century, Bodegas Tío Pepe is a spectacular winery located right in the historic centre of Jerez. Explore its breathtaking Andalusian courtyards, trellis-lined streets and incredible wine cellars, over a hundred years old, where the finest sherry wines and brandies are aged.
A living history of wine and brandy from Jerez
In 1835, a young man named Manuel María González Ángel acquired his first winery, with a strong desire to produce sherry wines. Just five years later he expanded the facilities to include the winemaking centre known as La Constancia. Today you can wander between the houses, streets, vineyards and wine cellars that comprise Bodegas Tío Pepe and taste the fruits of more than 180 years of experience. Will you join us?
These 2,900 m2 of gardens are home to the first grass tennis court in Spain and over 500 trees and plants of 40 different species, including many of South American origin.
Enjoy 8,500 m2 of space dedicated to creating and aging our Brandy de Jerez.
Our oldest brandy wine cellars, where the Solera Gran Reserva Lepanto brandy is aged. The enchanting central cobblestone courtyard is surrounded by arches draped in vines.
The cooperage workshop is where the butts that will later house the finest sherry wines and brandies are repaired.
This site was designed by the famous engineer Don Eduardo Torroja and can hold up to 15 million litres of Tío Pepe.
This mid-19th century ‘square’ wine cellar has 4,400 m2 of space, holding 4,000 butts for the aging of sherry wines.
A gorgeous wine cellar, housing butts that are more than 300 years old.
‘Consistency’ was Don Manuel María González’s motto, and the name he gave to his first winemaking centre. Here, you can admire the traditional architecture of wine cellars in Jerez.
This wine cellar is dedicated to the Spanish Royal Family, and houses our most precious wines.
The original cobblestones of the ‘street of the blind’ run through tunnels of flowers and trees, making it one of the world’s most beautiful streets.
Why should you visit the winery?
To contemplate the passage of time right in the historic centre of Jerez: from the 19th century to the 21st, from Eiffel to Torroja.
To feel the passion, dedication and drive behind the work that imbues our wines with character and wisdom.
To breathe in the aromas of soleras, wood, grapevines and salt, blown by the westerly winds that turn the world’s largest weathervane.
To enjoy the silence and rest amidst a sea of casks and hidden corners.
To learn about one of the most unique wine cultures in the world, and discover its traditional criaderas and soleras system.
To be dazzled by the light that seeps through the cellars’ shutters and filters through the vines of one of the world’s most beautiful streets.
To share a perfect pairing with a joyful and unforgettable toast.
To become part of the story of a winery that’s hosted all sorts of prestigious figures, whose signatures fill our visitor book.
To experience the wonder of a team that loves bringing joy to our visitors each day.
To have an unforgettable experience that you’re sure to repeat. There’s always something new to discover here!
What are you celebrating?
Celebrate your special day with us. We offer spectacular wine cellars, charming streets and courtyards, magical gardens and a professional team dedicated to providing a fine dining experience accompanied by the best wines. Make it a day you’ll never forget!
Hold conventions, meetings and business presentations in an idyllic environment with spaces perfectly equipped to ensure the success of your event. We’ll take care of everything!
Birthdays, baptisms, communions and more! At Bodegas Tío Pepe, we have everything you need to create the event of your dreams. Get in touch and we’ll help you design an event that meets your needs.