Since Neolithic times, the testimony of the passage of the most important cultures of southern Spain have left their mark on the lands of the property: cave paintings and important ancient workshops in the Sierra de La Camorra, Roman remains (Mausoleum of The Capuchina) and Arab settlements nearby.
The roots of the farm as farm Nasturtium found in the remains of the Roman period and its location in the grounds of the estate (Roman villa nasturtium).
And in modern times, in memory of the house it has imprinted the influence of the religious order of the Capuchins.
The Garcia Segura family owns the farm since the beginning of the 80’s and has aimed at the implementation of more modern farming techniques, with respect for the environment without losing the values of agricultural tradition.
Located in the northern province of Malaga, where vineyards and olive crops are everywhere; the landscape is abounding with Mediterranean farms. Within the 20 hectares of vineyards, nestled snugly in the landscape are the grapes that are destined for some of the fines wines in the region.
Bodega y Vinedos de la Capuchina produces wines with exceptional balance between the old world traditions of wine-making and the newer styles popular the world over.